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HIGHWAY 1962 

PREFACE 

With the hope that this yearbook will be a worthy remembrance of days spent at 
Hingham High School, we, the class of 1962, ask you to come through the year with 
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HINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL 
HINGHAM, MASSAC>1USETT 




HINGHAM SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Walter Schuchard, Forest Monkman, Dr. John H. Lawson, Superintendent; Philip Shute, Chairman; Charles 
W. Lamontagne, Assistant Superintendent; Edward Liewicki, George W. Pierce, Mary K. Hitchcock. 




The School Committee is an independent 
board of officers with extensive control 
over education. This committee has the 
power to make up the budget, determine 
how much the town will appropriate, ap- 
point teachers and administrative staff, 
and prescribe curriculum and courses of 
study. 



The Hersey House is the headquarters of our school administration. 





P.T.S.A. NIGHT 




During the autumn the Hingham High School Parent Teacher Student Association held its annual open 
house for parents. After a brief business meeting, Mr. Bartlett described the curriculum and the organiza- 
tion of a typical school day. Following the meeting the parents visited the various classrooms where each 
teacher explained his subject matter. During the evening the Student Council sold refreshments. 






ADMINIS 



ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 
C. W. LAMONTAGNE 

Unfortunately for me, I have entered 
upon your public school education just 
at the time when you are preparing to 
leave it; however, may I wish you 
success as you go forward from the 
Hingham Schools. Possibly the follow- 
ing thought as expressed by a very 
wise and humble man, Ralph Waldo 
Emerson, will mean something beyond 
what I, a stranger, can convey: "Shall 
I tell you the secret of a true scholar? 
It is this: Every man I meet is my 
master in some point, and in that I 
learn of him." 



SUPERINTENDENT 
DR. JOHN H. LAWSON 

To the 1962 Hingham High 
School Graduates 

"The aim of education should be to con- 
vert the mind into a living fountain, and 
not a reservoir." — John M. Mason 

As you leave Hingham High School and 
start in a new field of endeavor, success 
will abound if you can follow the advice 
of John Mason as you put into practice 
the training received from your parents, 
teachers, and clergy. 

My warm congratulations and best wishes 
are extended to each of you. 



fRATION 



OUR FORMER 
PRINCIPAL 

ARNOLD W. BARTLETT 

The context of Mr. Bartlett's farewell 
speech to the student body was quoted from 
Fyodor Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Kar- 
amazov: "People always talk to you a great 
deal about your education, but some good 
sacred memory, preserved from childhood, 
is perhaps the best education . . . for that 
one memory may keep us from great evil 
. . . Let us be, first and above all, kind, 
then honest, and then let us never forget 
each other." 




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OUR ACTING 
PRINCIPAL 

J. PRESTON BARRY 

Be not disillusioned by the skeptics of 
our times. Success and failure are not 
mere accidents as some would have us be- 
lieve but rather they are pure justice. For 
every fair day's work you will receive a 
fair day's pay. 




LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Banks, Miss Eraser, Miss Brega, Dept. Head; Miss Meservey, Miss Kopka. 




MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 
Mr. Stoddard, Dept. Head; Mr. Wallace, 
Miss Poole, Mr. Lombard, Mr. Ricci. 




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Mr. Huggins, 
Mr. Elias. 




ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 
SEATED: Mrs. Woodson, Miss Finn, Mrs. Lyons, Mrs. Epple, Mrs. Peters. STANDING: 
Mr. Anderson, Mr. Flynn, Mr. Webb, Dept. Head; Mr. Boynton. 



GUIDANCE 

Mrs. Warner, 

Mr. Collins, 

Mrs. Wollan. 



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iPARTMENT 

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EPARTMENT 
r. Anderson, 
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SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 
SEATED: Miss Caffrey, Miss Butterfield, Dept. Head. STANDING: Mr. 
Goldie, Mr. Pierce, Mr. Miller, Mr. Marshall. 




I;rMM-:SS DEPARTMENT 
Miss Quill, Miss Titus, Mrs. Brewer. 




PRACTICAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 
Mr. Woodward, Miss Murdock, Mr. Boyden 



OTHER DEPARTMENTS 




SPEECH, Mr. Flynn 



ART, Miss Suzedell 




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CAFETERIA STAFF 
Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Hurtin, Mrs. Keith, Mrs. Sheldon, Mrs. 
Saunders, Mrs. Loring. 



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After an outstanding Season in 1960, 
the 1961 football team had much to 
live up to. Despite injuries to several 
key personnel, the Harbormen broke 
even with a 4-4-1 record. Head Coach 
Walter Anderson along with Line 
Coach Buckley and Backfield Coach 
Vafidies worked hard with the boys 
to prepare for a difficult schedule. The 
team started the year off with a pre- 
season victory over Whitman-Hanson 
in the Jamboree. Following a tough 
defeat at the hands of an improved 
Danvers club, the Harbormen came 
back strong to win three straight and 
tie a fourth. During this first part of 
the season, quarterback Don Mclntyre. 
fullback Fran Coleman, tackle Ray 
Norton and guard Pbil Howlett all suf- 
fered injuries. The loss of these start- 
ers, plus a difficult second half schedule 
produced two more defeats before an 
impressive victory over North Quincy. 
In the Thanksgiving Day finale Hing- 
ham battled the wet, the cold, and a 
strong Newton South team, but could 
not come up with a win. Throughout 
the season several boys turned in con- 
sistently impressive performances, 
among them Jim MacAllen, Don De- 
Hart, Leroy Deabler. Doug Eaton and 
John Allen. At the close of the season 
the team elected John Allen captain 
of next year's team. 




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FIRST ROW: M. Cronin, R. Calvi, R. Delaney, G. Piekarski, J. Gratia, J. Shutt, F. 
Wendt, J. Cronin, R. McHugh, W. Baldwin, G. Hayward. SECOND ROW: R. Day, 
S. Mancini, D. McKay, S. Howlett, D. DeHart, D. Mclntyre, Co-Capt.; D. Eaton, 
Co-Capt.; J. MacAllen, L. Deabler, R. Allen, F. Amonte, W. Pickersgill. THIRD 
ROW: Mr. Anderson, Coach; G. Miller, J. Richardson, B. Anderson, J. Smith, R. 




Bob Odell rounds end against Wellesley 



BALL 




VARSITY RECORD 







Hingham 8 

Hingham 12 

Hingham . _ 20 

Hingham 22 

Hingham 12 

Hingham 24 

Hingham 8 

Hingham 24 

Hingham 



Danvers 22 

Whitman-Hanson - 6 

Abington 

Stoughton 6 

Canton _.. - .12 

Wellesley 40 

Portsmouth 13 

North Quincy 8 

Newton South 22 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 




Hingham 

Hingham 33 

Hingham 20 

Hingham 22 

Hingham 42 

Hingham 12 

Hingham 48 



Thayer 

Cohasset 

North Quincy 6 

Quincy 

Scituate 

Canton 6 

Stouehton 



Norton, J. Feeley, D. Arnold, P. Hewlett, D. Routhier, P. Waite, D. McKinley, Mr. 
Buckley, Coach. FOURTH ROW: D. Baine, J. Bartlett, P. Farrar, D. Keeler, L. 
Richmond, R. Odell, J. Allen, J. Sheskey, W. Read, R. Lutman, M. Studley. MISS- 
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DON McINTYRE, Co-Captain 




BOB ODELL 



FRAN COLEMAN 






JIM MacALLEN 



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PHIL HOWLETT 



FOOTBALL 
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CAPTAIN SUE WILLIAMS 



CHEER 



LEADERS 




BETTY BARBUTO 



SUE JONEs 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Betsy Lombardo, Trudy McDougall, Debbie Walker, Betty Barbuto, Peggy Schuchard, Sue Williams, Cap- 
tain; Martha Harrington, Donna Dupee, Adrienne Ford, Sue Jones. Missing: Mrs. Peters, Advisor. 



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JUNIORS 



SENIORS 



The Pep Club supported the 
team energetically this fall. The 
members not only cheered at 
games and rallies, but worked with 
the cheerleaders in making decora- 
tions and selling programs, shak- 
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FIRST ROW: M. Dwyer, R. Barbadora, D. Stein, J. Samuelson. J. Holm, J. Gillis, E. Edwards, J. Haggblom, K. Filers, 
B. Sunberg. SECOND ROW: W. Titcomb, G. DeNichola, R. Lacatell, R. Carlson, R. Perellius, E. Rizzotto, R. 
Carlson, M. DeMott, B. Macomber, P. Holm. THIRD ROW: P. Kramers, P. Perrier, C. Wescott, R. Day, C. Atkinson, 
G. Corcoran, E. Brown, L. Copeland, W. Nichols, J. Heal, R. Peterson, F. O'Brien, Mr. Thomas, Director. 



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MLSS BUTTERFIELD, Advisor 

MAJORETTES 




LESLIE JOPE, Leader 





LINDA LAZZERINI, Co-Head 




LEE HUMPHREY 




MARY PAGLICCIA 



LINDA OULTON 



SUSAN TERVO 




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KNEELING: L. Lazzerini, Co-Head; D. Conboy, L. Oulton, S. Tervo, L. Jope, Leader; L. Humphrey, M. 
Pagliccia, B. Miller, J. Walgreen, Co-Head. STANDING: N. Libby, J. Robbins, C. Visser, C. Cashman, 
C. Richards, S. Trudell, M. Schneiderhan, N. Jermyn. 




The Majorettes, under the direction of their advisor Miss Butterfield, had a very 
successful autumn season. The Co-Heads, Jane Walgreen and Linda Lazzerini, and 
the Leader Leslie Jope, did an excellent job of leading the other girls in their march- 
ing and twirling. They never failed to add to the people's enjoyment of half time 
at the football games. The Majorettes also aroused school spirit by sponsoring a 
dance and selling beanies, decals and various other souvenirs to the student body. 





The Cheerleaders and the Pep 
Club worked together during the 
fall to plan football rallies held in 
the gymnasium. Decorations in- 
cluded colorful murals, signs, 
and a paper hoop through which 
the team jumped. The Halloween 
rally, which took place at night, 
was well supported by the parents 
who had to cheer in a competitive 



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Oh when the Saints, go marchin' in . 



RALLIES 





yell between the team, students, 
and parents to "raise that spirit." 
The coaches, Mr. Anderson, Mr. 
Buckley, and Mr. Vafides, boosted 
enthusiasm in their talks and in- 
troductions of the team members. 
Co-Captains Doug Eaton and Don 
Mclntyre talked briefly about the 
team and stressed the importance 
of game attendance. 



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ATHLETIC SERVICE CLUB 
FIRST ROW: Mr. Goldie, Advisor; S. Gianferante, J. Harris, S. Goff, E. Thro, J. Pvne. SECOND ROW: C. AHyn, 
E. Kane, V. Quinn, J. Loud, E. Lortie. THIRD ROW: A. Kimball, D. Rice, D. Williams, M. Johnson, P. Shute. 




VARSITY "H" CLUB 
FIRST ROW: S. Williams, E. Barbuto, D. Dupee, D. Eaton, J. Holm, P. Barry, Sec.-Treas.; B. Hough, D. DriscoU, J. McLaughlin, 
Vice-Pres.; S. Hellier, L. Gustafson. SECOND ROW: S. Jones, J. Bray, R. Bruce, W. Knapp, D. DeHart, Pres.; P. Morris, P. Hew- 
lett, D. Mclntyre, A. Wing, G. Palmer. THIRD ROW: B. Steen, T. Richardson, D. Arnold, G. Emerson, F. Yule, D. Eaton, R. Odell, 
L. Deabler, L. Richmond, D. Keeler, J. Pierce, W. Brown. FOURTH ROW: J. Allen, R. Dannies, J. Feeley, D. Houghton, W. 
Russell, B. Anderson, J. MacAllen, R. Norton, F. Coleman, J. Sheskey, E. Byrne, Mr. Boynton, Advisor. 



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VARSITY TEAM 

KNEELING: R. Earle, L. Herman, G. Lincoln, G. Palmer, Co -Captain; J. Holm, Co-Captain; M. Healey, L. Gustafson, M. 
Hawkes. STANDING: M. Foley, D. Eaton, L. Leen, P. Barry, G. Rizzotto, J. Bray, S. Hellier, P. Glazebrook, Manager; 
Mrs. Williams, Coach. 



Under the management of Pam "the Devoted One" Glazebrook, this fall's field 
hockey team completed a successful season with ten wins and one loss. The two 
most outstanding games of the season were with Marshfield and Swampscott. For 
the first time in sixteen years, with a score of 2-0, the Harbormaids downed the 
undefeated South Shore League Champions, Marshfield. A hard-fighting Swamp- 
scott team, the North Shore Champions, defeated Hingham 2-1. The two adept 
co-captains. Gale Palmer and Julie Holm contributed the most to the success of 
the team. Gale was also high scorer with twenty goals for the season. 




Co-Captain Julie Holm 



The only underclassman on the team, 
Robin Earle, helps trip up Marshfield! 



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Mary Foley and Marsha 
Healey 




Pam Barry and Louise 
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HOCKEY 




JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 

KNEELING: Deabler, S. Harris, C. Rizzotto, S. Garland, C. Abbadessa, N. DeBard. STANDING: N. Watkins, B. Wright, 
K. Fee, S. Richmond, N. Tyler, L. Gazlay, A. Hitchcock, E. Edwards, M. Dannies. 



Hingham 2 

Hingham 6 

Hingham 3 

Hingham 3 

Hingham 2 

Hingham 1 

Hingham 2 

Hingham 2 

Hingham 7 

Hingham 6 

Hinsham 1 




VARSITY RECORD 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 



Duxbury 1 

Plymouth 

Thayer 

Hanover 2 

Braintree 

Bridgewater 

Thayer 

Marshfield 

Braintree -— 

Abington 

Swampscott 2 



Hingham 

Hingham 

Hingham 3 

Hingham 

Hingham 2 

Hingham 3 

Hingham: 

Hingham 

Hingham 

Hingham 2 

Hingham 



Duxbury 

Plymouth 6 

Thayer 

Hanover 1 

Braintree 

Bridgewater 2 

Thayer 

Marshfield 1 

Braintree 

Abington 

Swampscott 2 




Susan Hellier and Gail Lin 
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Linda Gustafson and Debbie 
Eaton 



Muriel Hawkes and Grace 
Rizzotto 



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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: William Wise, Presi- 
dent; James MacAllen, Vice-President; and Pamela Barry, 
Secretary. 



PRIZE WINNERS AT THE HOBO HOP 



The Student Council started off a busy autumn season by sponsoring a number of successful activities. 
Some of these activities included a Bermuda Day to raise money for new band uniforms, a concession stand 
at the first P.T.S.A. meeting to raise money for the scholarship fund, the establishment of a Marshal Board, 
new and better assemblies, and a Tag Day at the Hingham/Wellesley football game, the proceeds of which 
were donated to WGBH TV. 

On October 7, 1961, the Student Council sponsored a dance, the Hobo Hop, which was one of the most 
profitable dances ever held at H.H.S. The Prize winners included Peter Hardwick, Stanley Bates, Marcia 
Dunning, Patricia Saunders, Joseph Gilmore, Leroy Deabler, Kenneth VanMeter and Gale Palmer. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




SEATED: S. Pfizenmaier, L. Holbrook, M. Dunlap, J. Genovese, M. Reneghan, S. Williams, D. Dupee, P. Barry, 
Secretary; S. Richmond, N. Platner, B. Wright, J. Loud, A. Anderson, B. Gage. STANDING: Mr. Ricci, Advisor; 
H. Cole, K. Mellgren, A. Kimball, C. Wescott, L. Deabler, R. Knapp, J. Mallon, W. Knapp, J. Burns, B. Anderson, 
V. Quinn, J. MacAllen, Vice-President; B. Wise, President; G. Emerson, S. Smith, P. Pericola, J. Downing, R. 
Moore, B. Baldwin, J. Reneghan, F. Yule, D. McKinley. 



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UNDERCLASSMAN LEADERS 




SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD 
SEATED: P. McCarthy, C. Niedbala, J. Hough, L. Rossi, J. Samuelson, K. Gus- 
tafson, M. Price, K. McGuirk, S. Chase. STANDING: R. Harris, P. Ward, A. 
Anderson, N. Broydrick, K. Kersey, K. Brackley, D. McKinley, G. Hayward, 
S. Cooper, J. Stoddard, M. Dunning, N. Tyler, M. Lewiecki, Mr. Lombard, Ad- 



SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 
SEATED: K. Brackley, Treasurer; S. 
Cooper, Secretary. STANDING: G. Hay- 
ward, Vice-President; D. McKinley, 
President. 



JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD 
FIRST ROW: G. Lamb, S. Lehto, V. Quinn, L. Ferguson, S. Gianferante. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Epple, 
Advisor; E. Lortie, M. Schuchard, K. Troland, W. Garretson, W. Brown, D. Rice. THIRD ROW: J. 
Bartlett, J. Renaghan, J. Allen, A. Fiske, R. Swain. 



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DRAMA CLUB 

FIRST ROW: C. Gardner, J. Harsh, C. Romano, K. Fee, N. Watkins, E. MacKenzie, E. Broydrick, Secretary; E. Corea, Secretary; 
M. Folium, B. Deabler, L. Lazzerini, R. StaUard, S. Arnold, S. Smith, M. Dunning. SECOND ROW: J. Vigneau, W. Doble, M. 
Gross, L. Perry, E. Kane, E. Murphy, J. Samuelson, R. Perkinson, Vice-President; R. Burke, President; J. Zaro, M. Davis, C. 
Smith, N. Gates, M. Waynen, N. Platner, I. Currier. THIRD ROW: Mr. Banks, Advisor; V. Neil, Treasurer; S. Harris, B. Gage, 
M. Hammel, S. Robie, J. Endicott, J. Ryan, W. Abelson, K. Filers, R. Palmer, G. Crawley, M. Feely, D. Lamb, H. McHugh, C. 
Maist, M. Urbati, G. Richardson, Miss McElroy, Advisor. FOURTH ROW: D. Rice, A. Hitchcock, J. DeLuce, E. Parker, E. 
Edwards, B. Wright, E. Alcock, L. Markham, M. Dannies, S. Cooper, M. Ferris, G. Corea. FIFTH ROW: P. Shute, D. Laing, A. 
Sayward, K. Mellgren, P. Dwyer, R. Lincoln, J. Pierce, J. Kilbourne, P. Bliss, R. Jordan, R. Anderson, R. Carlson. 



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SITTING: Miss McElroy, advisor; M. Davis, E. Broydrick, J. Zaro, M. Neil, M. Waynen, B. Corea, C. Smith. STANDING: D. Rice, 
R. Jordan, J. Kilbourne, R. Burke, R. Parkinson, P. Bliss, R. Lincoln, A. Sayward, J. Pierce. 



The Drama Club began the year with its fall production of "Around the World in 
Eighty Days" for the benefit of the American Field Service. This was followed by 
the Christmas Program in conjunction with the music department. During February, 
the membe*-s worked hard on the play for the Massachusetts Drama Festival, "The 
Browning Version," which was presented along with selections from "The Taming 
of the Shrew" and "The Importance of Being Earnest" in an evening of three plays. 
With the members of the Thespian Troupe forming the nucleus of the working force 
of the Drama Club, the members painted scenery, collected props, learned lines, and 
rehearsed and rehearsed to make this another successful year for The Drama Club. 



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VARSITY RECORD 

Hingham 15 Brockton — . 

Hingham 8 King Phillip 

Hingham __ 2 Weymouth 2 

Hingham. 1 Williams - 1 

Hingham „ 11 Canton 1 

Hingham 5 Catholic Memorial 6 

Hingham 7 Scituate — 

Hingham 7 Brockton 

Hingham 3 King Phillip 

Hingham 7 Weymouth 

Hingham 1 Williams „ _. 1 

Hingham 2 Canton 1 

Hingham Catholic Memorial 

Hingham 4 Scituate 



Once again the Hipgham High hockey 
team entered the state tournament after an 
outstanding year. The Harbormen started 
the season with a convincing 15-0 win over 
Brockton which set a record for the most 
lopsided shutout in league history. The 
Hingham sextet went undefeated until they 
met Catholic Memorial. In the first Me- 
morial game Hingham fought back from 
a 3 goal deficit, only to lose 6-5 in the 
closing minutes. In the second Memorial 
game Hingham's great defense held the 
Memorial team scoreless, but the Harbor- 
men couldn't score and had to settle for a 
tie. Hingham went undefeated over the 
last 8 games and finished third in the South 
Shore League. 




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VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM 

KNEELING: J. Hollis, Manager; P. Morris, T. Richardson, F. Yule, B. Bruce, Captain; J. Smith, 
W. Knapp, J. Shaughnessy, J. Stein, Manager. STANDING: Mr. Anderson, Coach; 'R. Kress, 
S. Dowling, G. Emerson, R. Swain, J. Bartlett, D. Bain, R. Miller, D. Routhier, P. Marr, R. 
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TOM RICHARDSON 



Goalie Dave Routhier was second in the 
league with 7 shutouts, and Bob Bruce 
(Captain), Tom Richardson, and Rick 
Miller made the league all-star team. Tom 
Richardson and Geoff Emerson finished 
well up in the scoring race as the Harbor- 
men amassed a total of 73 goals, the 
second highest total in the state. 

In the state tournament Hingham beat 
highly rated Boston College High School 
5-1 as Hingham's defense, bolstered by 
Jim Shaughnessy and T. D. Dowling, two 
former B.C. High players, checked the 
powerful Eagle attack. In the second 
game of the tournament Hingham fought 
a strong Walpole team, but Warren 
Knapp's lone goal wasn't enough as the 
Harbormen dropped a close 2-1 decision. 



HOCKEY 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 




GAMES CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER 

Hingham vs. Canton 
Hingham vs. Weymouth (two games) 
Hingham vs. Braintree (two games) 
Hingham vs. Milton 



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BOB BRUCE, CAPTAIN 



JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM 

KNEELING: J. Devine, J. Laurence, D. Kelly, M. Duff, R. Vento, W. Litwin, H. Jellows, J. 
Cronin. STANDING: D. McKinley, P. Ward, F. Durling, G. Hayward, J. Antoine, A. Spear, 
J. Heal, G. Ohlson, R. McQue, T Atkins, Mr. Vafides, Coach. 

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goalie Dave Routhier in 
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KNEELING: G. Polakow, G. Driscol], D. Mclntyre, R. Dannies, K. Spring, R. Mitchell. STANDING: Mr. Barker Coach- G Cor- 
coran, B. Anderson, D. Morrison, D. Houghton, D. Shea, W. Russell, Manager. MISSING: C.Atkinson. 



DON McINTYRE 




In a season of tough Old Colony League competition, 
Mr. Barker's basketball team managed to compile a 
mediocre 6-7 record in league action. In pre-league games 
the team netted a victory and two defeats, including a 
very close game with "Archies." As the season pro- 
gressed, the boys played sporadically, winning three in a 
row, dropping the next four, and coming back to pick 
up three more consecutive "victories. By the close of the 



GARY CORCORAN 



BASKET 



SENIOR 



VARSITY RECORD 



Hingham 58 

Hingham 68 

Hingham 61 

Hingham 67 

Hingham 68 

Hingham ...53 

Hingham 56 

Hingham 59 

Hingham 34 

Hingham ... 41 

Hingham .47 

Hingham 61 

Hingham 65 

Hingham 73 

Hingham 54 

Hingham 46 

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Scituate 64 

Thayer 58 

Archbishop 

Williams 64 

Plymouth 90 

Whitman-Hanson -37 

Silver LaVe 49 

Abington 50 

Middleboro 63 

Rockland 46 

Wareham .... 53 

Plymouth 57 

Whitman-Hanson -40 

Silver Lake 57 

Abington .... 51 

Middleboro 81 

Rockland 55 



CHARLIE ATKINSON 





JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 

KNEELING: M. Studley. W. Mayo, D. Visser, M. Lewiecki, J. Spencer, W. Garretson, F. Wendt. STANDING: M. Cronin, D. Daley, 
J. Condito, R. Childers, C. Richardson, J. Sheskey, J. Kirby, P. Perrier, Mr. Pierce, Coach. 



season there were mixed emotions about the record. 
Most of the boys feh that the full potential of the team 
was not reflected in the season's results. Co-Captains 
Brad Anderson and Dave Houghton carried the team, 
aided by Dale Morrison on the boards and Bob Dannies 
in the scoring department. In J.V. action, Mr. Pierce 
coached his team to another winning season, losing only 
two games. 



KEN SPRING 



[{ALL 



GREG POLAKOW 



PLAYERS 



BOB DANNIES 





JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 

Hingham 34 

Hingham 40 

Hingham __ 47 



Hingham 42 

Hingham 46 

Hingham 40 

Hingham 43 

Hingham. _.. 55 

Hingham .47 

Hingham 39 

Hingham.. 29 

Hingham 42 

Hingham 44 

Hingham 47 

Hingham 47 

Hingham.. ...49 



Scituate ._-.26 

Thayer 18 

Archbishop 

Williams 57 

Plymouth 31 

Whitman-Hanson .23 

Silver Lake „ 33 

Abington 22 

Middleboro 48 

Rockland 24 

Wareham 35 

Plymouth 35 

Whitman-Hanson ..33 

Silver Lake .. 21 

Abington -.19 

Middleboro 38 

Rockland 42 

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Coach Barker explains a change in 
strategy during the close game 
with Plymouth. 





,We bench reflects a tense 



n^oment of action. 



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Kenny Spring cross-dribbles to pene- 
trate the Rockland defense. 




Sophomore Gary Dris- 
coll at the end of a 
fast break against 
Whitman-Hanson 




As Bob Dannies hooks, Dale Morrison 
follows to cover the boards. 



The girls' basketball team this winter ended the season 
with a 9-3 record. The season was marked by close, ex- 
citing, and often times rough games, fast and tricky 
layups by high scorer Gale Palmer, and excellent board 
work by guard Anne Wing. Not until Hingham met a 
fast and energetic Braintree team did the six senior start- 
ers suffer any upsets. In a game with Whitman-Hanson 
another loss ensued due to the absence of two starting 
guards and carelessness on the forward side. In a final 
match against Thayer, Hingham fell behind in the fourth 
quarter to lose by just four points. The team spirit was 
often aroused by colorful posters and raucous yells in the 
team room, and, for the first time, each practice was 
preceded by vigorous calisthenics led by tri-captains 
Anne Wing, Linda Gustafson and Pam Barry, and all the 
senior players. 



GIRLS' 




JULIE HOLM 



JANE BRAY 




KNEELING: M. Foley, L. Leen, S. Hellier, J. Holm, J. Adams, J. Bray. STANDING: 
G. Palmer, R. Stallard, L. Gustafson, A. Wing, P. Barry, W. Doble, Manager; Mrs. 
Williams, Coach. 

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Gale drives through 
at a crucial point 



BASKETBALL 



VARSITY RECORD 



ngham .— 29 

ngham 33 

ngham 32 

ngham 69 

ngham 44 

ngham 27 

ngham 25 

ngham 33 

ngham 36 

ngham 40 

ngham 29 

ngham 33 



Hull 16 

Hull 27 

Scituate ...— 28 

Plymouth H 

Duxhury 20 

Whitman 20 

Thayer 22 

Rockland 19 

Braintree 38 

Plymouth 16 

Whitman-Hanson 40 

Thayer 37 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 



ngham 21 

ngham 24 

ngham 32 

ngham 16 

ngham 47 

ngham 19 

ngham 10 

ngham 19 

ngham... 20 

ngham 



Hull 35 

Hull .39 

Plymouth 8 

Whitman 10 

Thayer 38 

Rockland ...25 

Braintree 18 

Plymouth ...18 

Whitman^Hanson 30 

Thayer .... 15 




)r two more 

1 the Rockland game. 



WENDELA DOBLE 
Manager 



JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 

FIRST ROW: Mrs. Williams, Coach; L. Markham, G. Lincoln, B. Hough, D. Driscoll, 
G. Rizzotto. SECOND ROW: J. Loud, B. Matthews, C. Cyr, S. Pfizenmaier, P. Saunders, 
L. Gazley. THIRD ROW: N. Young, A. Hitchkock, C. Hayes, M. Hamel, V. Quinn. 

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HARBOR LIGHT STAFF 



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The HARBOR LIGHT staff this year has become 
well acquainted with chaotic editorial board "meet- 
ings" and frantic midnight sessions the night before 
we Go To Press. (Most of the assignments somehow 
do not get in until then.) There is no lack of work: 
we must assign, tighten, type and label copy, take 
pictures and develop them, correct galleys, collect ads, 
think up headlines, pay bills, lay out, and paste up 
the entire paper, drive madly to and from our printer 
in Braintree, and explain to one person after another 
how we came to spell Brita's name wrong. 

L.F.H., Editor 



HARBORLIGHT STAFF 
SEATED: N. Watkins, L. Perry, M. Price, S. Williams, G. 
Rizzotto, P. McCarthy, D. Allen, P. Glazebrook, D. Eaton, 
E. Broderick, A. Ford. STANDING: M. Gill, E. Hodgdon, 
S. Goff, M. Folium, A. Kimball, S. Hellier, M. Hammel, 
D. Conboy, S. Garland, C. Fee. 



HARBORLIGHT EDITORIAL BOARD 
SEATED: L. Lamson, Advertising Mgr.; G. Lincoln, Mail- 
ing Ed.; M. Duff, Business Mgr.; J. Bray, Acting News Ed.; 
L. Herman, Ed. in Chief; W. Doble, Typing Mgr.; G. 
Palmer, Sports Ed.; K. Gustafson, Club Ed.; ,1. Gillis, 
Photography. STANDING: J. Falconer, Layout Ed.; Mr. 
Miller, Advisor; J. Pierce, Feature Ed. 






;CHOOL, H INGHAM, h 



Mr. Bartlett 
Gives Spee' 

''We are like the poe1 
that the poet can be arti 
times of emotion," quoted 
old W. Bartlett on Decern 
as he addressed the stud 
for the last time as prii 
Hingham High School. 



:iti'is of Eng- 
ball coach for 
and as assist- 
last five. 

d his B.A. de- 

Fniversity and 

iucati.on from 

/Ia.= ^^ tusetts. 
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and the faculty made the final se- 
lection. 

Linda will atend the D.A.R. 
State Conference in March and 
may be the winner of a $100.00 U. 
S, Savings Bond drawn at that 
time. She will receive a State 
Good Citizens Certificate to be 
^■vrarded at graduation. 




DEBATING CLUB 

SEATED: G. Corea, B. Trudell, S. Cooper, B. Wright, E. Kane, Miss McElroy, Advisor. STANDING: W. Lane, K. Simmons, 
R. Perkinson, J. Pierce, W. Wise, P. Shute. 




LIBRARY SERVICE CLUB 

SEATED: Miss Glidden, Advisor; C. Brown, J. Reynolds, Secretary; D. Calvi, Vice-President; L. Lamson, President; A.Nelson, Treas- 
urer; S. Goff. FIRST ROW, STANDING: B. Hiltz, S. Briggs, S. Cooper, J. Achille, S. Leavitt, E. DeSalvo, J. MacKinnon, W. Tit- 
comb, R. Anderson. SECOND ROW, STANDING: C. Smith, E. Parker, L. Ripley, R. Richardson, V. Jewett, S. Verrill, M. Carlson, 
D. Snyder, J. Carlson, M. Duff, F. Taylor, A. Sayward, P. Davis. 

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JUNIOR RED CROSS 
SEATED: J. MacKinnon, J. McPartlin, E. Sayward, 
Vice-President; S. Leavitt, J. Achille, C. Maist, P. 
Hayden, L. Lamsoti, D. Snyder. STANDING: Mrs. 
Brewer, Advisor; A. Sayward, President; A. Nelson, 
Secretary-Treasurer; J. Reynolds, D. Calvi, J. Hagg- 
blom, E. Makinen. 



FUTURE TEACHERS' CLUB 
FIRST ROW: M. Gross, Secretary; L. DeForest, Treasurer; A. Ford, K. 
Troland, President. SECOND ROW: M. Gill, S. Garland, E. Thro, P. Howes, 
C. Smith. THIRD ROW: E. Pike, J. Farley, M. Dannies, A. Watson. FOURTH 
ROW: Miss Caffrey, Advisor; E. Hanna, E. Broyderick, E. Corea. FIFTH 
ROW: M. Hamel, B. Matthews. MISSING: J. Walgreen, Vice-President. 




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FUTURE NURSES' CLUB 
SEATED: C. Cole, A. Watson, S. Barrington, J. Gillis, S. Goff, J. Harris, M. Riley, M. Ryan, 
R. Sirois. STANDING: M. Carlson, J. Haggblom, S. Games, Mrs. Wollan, Advisor; S. Gian- 
ferante, F. McDougall, J. Reynolds, Vice-President; S. Crafts, F. Reade. MISSING: M. Bicknell, 
President; M. Harrington, Secretary. 




STUDENT SECRETARIES 
SEATED: Mrs. Brewer, Advisor; E. Spinner, M. 
McGinn, J. Connell, S. Leavitt, J. Achille, V. Jewett, 

A. Nelson, J. Carlson, D. Terenzoni, A. DePisa, J. 
Manna, Miss Quill, Advisor. STANDING: M. Breen, 
D. Driscoll, J. Harsh, D. Harris, P. Wuori, M. Single- 
ton, E. Dearth, C. Andrews, J. Hersey, R. Trainer, 

B. Loud, J. McPherson, M. Price, F. Minsky, D. 
Calvi. 



LUNCHROOM SERVICE CLUB 
FIRST ROW: S. Pfizenmaier, L. Markham, A. Ford, S. Flaherty, V. Quinn, 
G. Lamb, C. Rizzotto, N. DeBard, R. DeLaney. SECOND ROW: J. Mallon, 
B. Steen, P. Fernald, S. Dowling, J. McCracken, B. Allen, G. Hayward. 
MISSING: J. Walgreen. 




SCIENCE CLUB 
LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Jordan, President; V. MacKenzie, J. Endicott, A. Spears, M. Johnson, 
M. Johnson, Mr. Elias, Advisor; P. Shute, R. Knapp, C. Maist, J. deLuce, Secretary-Treasurer; 
R. Yalenzian. MISSING: C. Westcott, Vice-President. 



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" 'Twas the night before Christmas . . ." 

CHRISTMAS 
PROGRAM 

DECEMBER 22. 1961 



The opening presentation of the annual 
Christmas program was "The Jingle Bell Rhap- 
sody" performed by the band. The gaiety of 
the winter season was further expressed with 
the solo performances of John Nadeau, George 
Miller and Beverly Wright, and the girls' chorus 
offered a lively version of "Winter Wonder- 
land." The orchestra ended the first portion of 
the program ^th the "Christmastide Overture." 

The second portion of the program was de- 
voted to the spiritual and sacred side of Christ- 
mas. Selections from Handel's "Messiah," fea- 
turing the chorus, were presented with accom- 
panying Bible readings and tableaux by the 
Dran>a Club. "Oh Thou That Tellest Good 
Tidings To Zion" was sung beautifully by Deb- 
orah Eaton. The finale of the Christmas pro- 
gram was the "Hallelujah" chorus, during 
which the entire student body remained stand- 
ing- 





ORCHESTRA 



SEATED: L. Brown, E. Hanna, M. Dwyer, 
T. Wood, D. Allen, D. Terenzoni, E. Kane, 
M. Eaton, W. Nichols, J. Heal, D. Stein, M. 
DeMott, E. Edwards, L. Ripley, P. Kramers, 

B. Macomber. STANDING: J. Falconer, Mr. 
Thomas, Director; Mrs. Samuelson, W. Tit- 
comb, R. Peterson, R. Carlson, S. Pyne, J. 
Gillis, R. Barbadora, E. Rizzotto, F. O'Brien, 
R. Day, P. Holm, R. Lacatell, L. Copeland, 
M. Dwyer, K. Ellers, R. Carlson, P. Bliss, 

C. Allen. 



"And the wise men saw the angels, and they were sore afraid." 



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FIRST ROW: S. Garland, D. Hatchard, P. McCarthy, S. Richmond, L. Leen, M. Reardon, D. Eaton, J. Bray, J. McCleen, C. Murray, 
C. Jones, C. Cyr. SECOND ROW: B. Hiltz, J. Hough, L. Ferguson, A. Kimball, J. Falconer, P. Dywer, G. Rizzotto, W. Doble, M. 
Hawkes, S. Smith, V. Quinn, J. Leighton. THIRD ROW: N. Gates, C. Hayes, M. Waynen, E. Edwards, D. Williams, B. Macomber, 
H. Schramm, R. Richardson, B. Matthews, N. Young. FOURTH ROW: B. Sundberg, L, Hewitt, J. Nadeau, G. Corcoran, L. Eldridge, 
K. Mellgren, M. Hamel, E. Thro. 



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FIRST ROW: Mr. Huggins, Accompanist; B. Trudell, L. Crouse, J. Perry, J. Pfizenmaier, L. Oulton, P. Howes, L. Perry, M. Dwyer, 
S. Cooper, S. Harris, P. Quinn, L. Holbrook, J. Stoddard, L. Brown, Mr. Thomas, Director. SECOND ROW: L. Rossi, C. Niedbala, 
B. Gage, L. Markham, N. Watkins, M. Dunning, M. Eaton, N. Tyler, J. Pyne, M. Harvey, E. Hanna. THIRD ROW: N. Broydrick, B. 
Wright, P. McCarthy, J. Samuelson, R. Anderson, D. Rice, C. Allen, K. Fee, B. Deabler, P. Carnes, E. Kane. FOURTH ROW: P. 
Kennedy, W. Poole, P. Holm, R. Carlson, M. Christopher, R. Barbadora, M. Dannies, E. Alcock, E. MacKenzie, M. Dywer, E. Murphy. 





The annual Snowball Dance 
was sponsored this year by 
the Senior Class, under the 
direction of the Executive 
Board. Thanks to the great 
music provided by the Off- 
beats and the wonderful dec- 
orations made possible with 
the help of the ambitious 
Christmas Tree Committee, 
the dance was a big success. 



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The Cliristmas Tree Committee admires its project 



SNOWBALL 
DANCE 

DECEMBER 23, 1961 




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VARSITY TEAM 

KNEELING: F. Burling, P. Morris, J. Sheskey. STANDING: R. Odell, D. Arnold, B. Anderson. 
INSERT: Mr. Goldie, Assistant Coach. 




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BRAD ANDERSON 



BOB ODELL 



BASEBALL 




BILL WISE 



VARSITY TEAM 

KNEELING: D. Houghton, W. Wise, W. Knapp, F. Yule. STANDING: L. Richmond, D. Mc- 
Intyre, J. MacAllen, Mr. Pierce, Coach. 






FRANK YULE 



DAVE HOUGHTON 



WARREN KNAPP 




CO- 
CAPTAINS 




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SOFTBALL 



GOLF 




KNEELING: T. Olsen, E. Byrne, J. Downing. STANDING: A. Kyller, 
W. Russell, S. DeVito. 



BILL RUSSELL 





TED BYRNE 



SENIORS 



ALAN KYLLER 




BOYS' 
TENNIS 




BOB DANNIES 



BOB BRUCE 



GIRLS' 

TENNIS 




LETTER WINNERS 



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Logging — one of Finland's largest industries 



C. A. goes native. 



Hingham's exchange student for the 1961 
A.F.S. summer program was Charlie Atkinson. 
He spent the summer in the small town of 
Suonenjoki, Finland, living with a minister and 
his family of three boys, ages 17, 14, and 11. 
Residing in a rural area enabled him to learn 
much about the Finnish people and their way 
of life. 




FIELD SERVICE 




In the olive orchard near the summer house 



Marcia Reardon was Hinghani's exchange stu- 
dent for the 1961 A.F.S. one term winter pro- 
gram. From August to January Marcia lived 
with a country doctor and his family in a small 
village on the French Riviera. In her short stay 
with l.cr "mother" and "father," Madame and 
[onsieur Talent, and her two younger sisters 
Noelle (14) and Sylvie (16), Marcia grew to 
love France and its people. 






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This year Hingham has as its exchange student a "fraulein" from Niedieber, Germany. Through her family, the 
Stuart DeBards, and the numerous friends she has made here. Brita has familiarized herself, in theory and practice, 
with the American ways while continuing to share with us the customs and charm of her native land. 



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SENIOR 
LEADERS 

VICE-PRESIDENT: Bob Bruce 
SECRETARY: Linda Gustafson 
PRESIDENT: Brad Anderson 
TREASURER: Fran Coleman 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 

COLUMN ONE: W. Wigmanich, B. Bruce, P. Howlett, A. Wing, B. Barbuto, J. Pfizenmaier. COLUMN TWO: D. Eaton, J. Mellon, 
F. Coleman, C. Atkinson, D. Mclntyre, F. Amonte, M. Davis, M. Hawkes. COLUMN THREE: B. Anderson, D. Houghton, P. DiTullio, 
J. Feeley, D. DeHart, J. Adams, B. Pongs, L. Gustafson. 



Entering the high school as sophomores the Class of 1962 had no officers or organization, but through hard work 
and cooperatioii a number of projects were successfully undertaken. During the senior year the executive board, headed 
by the class officers, added to its already stable treasury with the proceeds from the annual Snowball Dance, a very suc- 
cessful food sale, and a basketball game between the junior high and high school faculties and between the basketball 
and hockey tearns. In addition, the officers devised a new election process to aid future classes and opened board 
meetings to all interested. In three short years at the high school the contributions of its members has made the 
v.lass of 62 an outstanding class. 

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SENIOR 



THREE YEAR HONOR ROLL 
SEATED: M. Killam, S. Hellier, M. Hawkes, W. Doble, J. Bray, 
L. Herman, D. Eaton, T. McDougall. STANDING: M. Ogden, J. 
Pierce, R. Hamilton, J. Adams. MISSING: C. Atkinson, M. Neil. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

DAY REPRESENTATIVE 

Gale Palmer 




BROWN BOOK AWARD 
Ray Burke 



BETTY CROCKER AWARD: Margaret Singleton 





D.A.R. AWARD 
Linda Gustafson 







MERIT LETTER OF 
COMMENDATION WINNERS 

SEATED: M. Neil, M. Duff, L. Leen, D. 
Eaton. STANDING: J. Pierce, D. Hough- 
ton, H. Schramm. MISSING: J. Collins. 




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HONORS 



NATIONAL ESSAY AWARD 

HARVARD BOOK AWARD 

John Pierce 






NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Burke, C. Atkinson, J. Pierce, J. Bray, D. 
Eaton, J. Adams, S. Hellier, M. Hawkes, L. Herman, M. Neil, 
Miss Meservey, Advisor; M. Killam. 



MASSACHUSETTS SCHOLASTIC ART AWARD: Judy MacKinnon 



BOYS' STATE 
Bill Wise 




BOYS' STATE 
Mark Christopher 




NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS 
SEATED: L. Herman. STANDING: C. 
Atkinson, W. Wigmanich. 







ACHILLE, ANTHONY 
MICHAEL 

"Meatball" 
Ambition: Hunt in British Colombia 
Pet Peeve: Lunch (NOT ENOUGH) 
Typical Saying: "You lie." 
Student Secretary 3; Football 1; Driver 
Training 2. 



ACHILLE, FRANK GEORGE 

"Pancho" 
Ambition: To become physically fit 
Pet Peeve: Teachers bicycling to school 
Typical Saying: "Cram!" 
Intramural Basketball 3; Driver Train- 
ing 3. 



ACHILLE, JEAN MARIE 

"Jeanie" 
Ambition: Get back to Pembroke 
Pet Peeve: Hingham 
Typical Saying: "Be serious." 
Highway Staff 3; Library Service Club 

1, 3; Jr. Red Cross 3; Student Sec. 

2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 
2. 






ADAMS, JUDITH LOVERING 

"Judy" 
Typical Saying: Anything vague and 

nebulous 
Nat. Honor Society 2, 3; Exec. Board 
2, 3; Highway Staff 2; Basketball 2, 
3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 1; Graduation 
Usher 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 2. 



ALLEN, ROBERT FARGO 

"B-Juice" 

Ambition: Bachelor at large 

Pet Peeve: Private stock 

Typical Saying: "Could have been 

worse." 
Lunchroom Service Club 3; Chess Club 
2; Football 1 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 



AMONTE, FRANK ALBERT 

"Monkie" 
Ambition: To graduate 
Pet Peeve: The "Black Stud" 
Typical Saying: "Hi ya, kid, Hi ya!" 
Executive Board 3; Football 1, 3; Base- 
ball 3. 



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ANDERSON, BRADLEY 
MATHEW 

"Brad" 
Ambition: To find an unsick chick 
Pet Peeve: Grease spots 
Exec. Board 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3; Stu- 
dent Council 3; Football 1, 3; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 3; Track 1, 2, 
3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 
2. 




ATKINSON, CHARLES ORA 

"Chas" 
Ambition: Press 30 lbs. 
Pet Peeve: Party lines 
American Field Service Exchange Stu- 
dent to Finland; Nat. Merit Semi-Final- 
ist 3; Exec. Board 1, 2, 3, Pres. 1, 
Treas. 2; Student Council 1; Band 1, 
2, 3; Highway Staff 2, 3, Editor 3; 
Projection Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 
3; Intramural Basketball 1; Jr. Prom 
Comm. 2; Jr. Prom Attendant 2; 
Driver Training 2. 




ANDREWS, CAROLYN 
MARLENE 

"Katie" 
Ambition: Keep R. L. out of Army 
Pet Peeve: H.H.S. 
Typical Saying: "What?" 
Refresh. Comm. 2, 3; Pep Club 2. 




ARNOLD, DAVID BENNETT 

"Brick" 
Ambition: Shoot a pheasant the size of 

a goose 
Pet Peeve: Not enough shot in the shell 
Typical Saying: "Don't work too hard." 
Chorus 2, 3; Science Fair 1; Lunchroom 
Service Club 3; Projection Club 1, 2, 
3; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Var- 
sity "H" Qub 3; Driver Training 2. 




AYER, DIANNA MARIA 

"Dinah" 
Ambition: To graduate from H.H.S. 
Pet Peeve: People who don't signal 
when turning 

Typical Saying: "I got a letter today." 
Science Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1. 




AYERS, DONALD 

"Don" 
Ambition: To win a bet 
Pet Peeve: People who bet 
Typical Saying: "Don't bet on it.' 
Baseball 3; Golf 2. 



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BARBUTO, ELIZABETH 
GRACE 

"Betty" 
Ambition: To figure out vague and neb- 
ulous friends 
Pet Peeve: Those who are vague and 

nebulous 
Typical Saying: "Oh, really!" 
Executive Board 1, 3; French Club 1, 2, 
3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Cheerleader 
2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 
1; Grad. Usher 2; Jr. Prom Attendant 
2; Driver Training 1. 




BARRY, PAMELA BARR 

"Pam" 
Ambition: To make a goal 
Pet Peeve: The "Blob" 
Typical Saying: "No, seriously . . ." 
Class Secretary 1; Exec. Board 1, Sec- 
retary; Student Council 3, Secretary; 
Assembly Comm. 3; Highway Staff 2, 
3, Editor 3; Field Hockey 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3; Badminton 2, 3; Varsity 
"H" Club 3, Sec.-Treas. ; Pep Club 1, 
2, 3; Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom Comm. 
2; Driver Training 1. 




BICKNELL, MARCIA 

"Bick" 
Ambition: Marriage 
Pet Peeve: The U.N. 
Student Council 2; Vogue Pattern Con- 
testant 3; French Club 1, 2; Future 
Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 
3; Pep Club 1; Archbearer 1; Jr. 
Prom Comm. 2. 




BLUTE, MARY TERESITA 

"Terry" 
Harborlight Staff 1, 2; Dramatic Club 
1, 2, 3; Nat. Thespian Troupe 3; 
French Club 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers' 
Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 1, 3; Graduation Usher 2; Jr. Prom 
Committee 2; Driver Training 2. 




BRAY, JANE PHILLIPS 

"Janie" 
Ambition: To own a Lawley 
Pet Peeve: Pierced ears 
Typical Saying: "I feel like an oatmeal 

cookie!" 
Nat. Honor Society 2, 3, Vice-President 
3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1; 
Harborlight Staff 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 
1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Badminton 
1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" 
Club 3; Driver Training 2. 




BREEN, MAUREEN FRANCES 

"Maureen" 
Ambition: Marry a millionaire 
Pet Peeve: Tearing tickets 
Typical Saying: "Are you serious?" 
Student Secretary 3; Refreshment Com- 
mittee 1, 2; Badminton 2, 3; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3; Majorette Manager 2; Driver 
Training 2. 



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BROWN. CAROL ELIZABETH 
MARIE 

"Carolee" 
Ambition: Have my own Corvette 
Pet Peeve: New England 
Typical Saying: "Oh crumb!" 
Library Service Club 3; Future Nurses' 
Club 3; Art Club 2. 




BROWN, CHERYL JEANNE 

"Cheryl" 
Ambition: To graduate 
Pet Peeve: Teachers 
Typical Saying: "Never mind." 
Transfer North Quincy, Massachusetts, 
1959. 




BROWN, WILLIAM GOODWIN 

"Willie" 
Ambition: To graduate 
Pet Peeve: "Dot" 
Typical Saying: "Oh, No!" 
Transfer North Quincy High School, 
North Quincy, Massachusetts, 1959; 
Driver Training 2. 




BRUCE, ROBERT GROVE 

"Bab" 

Ambition: To win the state champion- 
ship 

Pet Peeve: F.B. 

Typical Saying: "I give up, what?" 
Exec. Board 3, Vice-Pres. 3; Science 
Fair 1, Hon. Mention; Ice Hockey 1, 
2, 3, Captain 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3, Co-Cap- 
tain 3; Tennis Tournament 1, 2, 3, 
CJ^^mp 3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Intra- 
mural Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2; 
Grad. Marshal 2; Jr. Prom Attend- 
ant 2; Driver Training 2. 





BULLARD, ALICE KIMBALL 

"Kim" 
Ambition: To own a farm 
Pet Peeve: Being called Alice 
Typical Saying: "What do you mean, 

shovel what?" 
Executive Board 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Jr. 
Prom Committee 2. 



BURKE, RAYMOND 
CLARENCE 

"Ray" 
Brown Book Award 2; Nat. Honor So- 
ciety 2, 3; A.A.T.F. 2, First Prize; 
TIME Current Affairs. Contest Winner 
2; Harborlight Staff 3; Dramatic Club 
1, 2, 3, President 3; Nat. Thespian 
Troupe 2, 3, President 3. 



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BURR, DAVID GUSHING 

"Dave" 
Ambition: Second gear rubber 
Pet Peeve: Model A transmissions 
Typical Saying: "Check the gas and 

fill up the oil." 
Band 1, 2; Driver Training 2. 




BYRNE, EDWARD THOMAS 

"T." 
Ambition: International Playboy 
Pet Peeve: "Butch" 
Typical Saying: "Such is life." 
Science Fair 1; Chess Club 2; Projec- 
tion Club 1, 2, 3; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; 
Volleyball 1; Golf 2, 3. 




GALLAHAN, BERNADETTE 

"Berna" 
Ambition: To graduate 
Pet Peeve: The rebel 
Typical Saying: "I'm bound to." 
Science Fair 1; Student Secretary 3; 
Refresh. Comm. 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; 
Driver Training 2. 




GALVI, DIANE ALIGE 

"Di" 
Ambition: Stop fighting with Bill 
Pet Peeve: Mr. Pierce's tests 
Typical Saying: "Had another fight last 

night." 
Library Service Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 
3; Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Sec. 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Sec. 3; Refresh. Comm. 3; Bad- 
minton 2, 3; Softball 1; Pep Club I, 
2; Driver Training 2. 




GARLSON, JUDITH ELLEN 

"Judy" 
Ambition: Be a diplomat in the U.N. 
Pet Peeve: Being poked in the ribs. 
Typical Saying: "Oh, fudge with sar- 
dines and pickles . . . Ugh!" 
Library Service Club 3; Athletic Ser- 
vice Club 1; Jr. Red Cross 1, 2; Stu- 
dent Sec. 3; Field Hockey 1, 2; Bas- 
ketball 1; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 
1, 2; Driver Training 2. 




GARLSON, MEREDITH 
ELIZABETH 

"Merrie" 
Ambition: Marry a young, wealthy doc- 
tor 
Pet Peeve: Oral reports 
Typical Saying: "I don't know." 
Highway Staff 3; Science Fair 2; 
French Club 1, 2, 3; Library Service 
Club 3; Future Nurses' Club 2, 3; Bad- 
minton 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Driver 
Traininar 2. 



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CHRISTOPHER, MARK LYON 

"Mark" 
Ambition: Conquer Senior English 
Pet Peeve: Traffic in the halls 
Typical Saying: "How 'bout that!" 
Boys' State 2; Science Club 1; Student 
Council 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 
2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Volleyball 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 




COLEMAN, FRANCIS 
HAMILTON, III 

"Fran" 
Ambition: Make the books balance 
Pet Peeve: Spanish teachers 
Typical Saying: "You don't say." 
Exec. Board 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; 
Varsity "H" Club 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 
2; Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Jr. Prom 
King 2; Sr. Prom Usher 2; Class Usher 
3. 




COLE, CHERYL 

"Pint" 

Ambition: To grow 
Pet Peeve: School lunches 
Typical Saying: "It's a secret." 
Chorus 1; Dramatic Club 1; French 
Club 3; Library Service Club 3; Lunch- 
room Service Club 2, 3; Jr. Red Cross 
3; Student Secretary 2; Future Nurses' 
Club 3; Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1; 
Softball 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom 
Comm. 2; Driver Training 2. 




COLLINS, JOSEPH JAMESON 

"Joe" 
Ice Hockey 2; Basketball 2; Intramural 
Basketball 2; Driver Training 2; Nat. 
Merit Hon. Mention 3; Rifle Team 1. 




COLEMAN, CAROLYN 

"Coley" 
Ambition: Have straight hair 
Pet Peeve: We three 
Typical Saying: "He's a hunk and a 

half!" 
Exec. Board 1; Dramatic 1; Library 
Service Club 2; Lunchroom Service 
Club 2; Future Teachers' Club 2; Re- 
fresh. Comm. 1 ; Field Hockey 1 ; Soft- 
ball 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 
1; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 




CONNELL, JOYCE MARIE 

"Joyce" 
Ambition: To own Filene's 
Pet Peeve: A novocaine 
Typical Saying: "Oh, well, what ya 

gonna do?" 
Highway Staff 3; Library Service Club 
2; Lunchroom Service Club 2; Student 
Sec. 3; Refresh. Comm. 1; Field 
Hockey 1; Softball 1; Pep Club 1, 2; 
Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; 
Driver Training 2. 



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CORCORAN, GERARD 
JOSEPH 

"Gary" 
Ambition: Ride route 66 in a Corvette 
Pet Peeve: No ponies 
Typical Saying: "I give up, what?" 
Executive Board 1, 2, Vice-President 
1, President 2; Student Council 2; 
Band 1, 2, 3, Student Director 3; Cho- 
rus 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom 
Comm. 2, Chairman. 




CORTHELL, LAWRENCE 

"Larry" 
Ambition: To own a Corvette 
Driver Training 1. 




CROCKER, CHARLES MARTIN 

"Charlie" 
Pet Peeve: Sea food plates 
Typical Saying: "Who said that?" 





CUCCORULLO, JOHN 
BERNARD 

"Cookie" 
Ambition: To be a millionaire 
Pet Peeve: Getting up to go to school 
Typical Saying: "What was the home- 
work assignment?" 
Transfer Cranston High School, Crans- 
ton, Rhode Island, 1960; Basketball 
1; Driver Training 3. 




DANNIES, ROBERT BOWEN 

"Bob" 
Ambition: To get some "Moves" 
Pet Peeve: Sophomores 
Typical Saying: "I'm bound to." 
Athletic Service Club 1; Chess Club 
2; Projection Qub 1, 2, 3; Basketball 
1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Tennis Tourna- 
ment 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 
2,3; Volleyball 1,2. 




DAVIS, MARILYN TANNER 

"Marilyn" 
Ambition: Someday . . . 
Pet Peeve: The clock 
Typical Saying: "Going to the game?" 
Exec. Board 2, 3; Nat. Thespian Troupe 
3; French Club 2. 3; Badminton 3; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Grad. Usher 2; Jr. 
Prom Comm. 2; Jr. Prom Attendant 
2; Driver Training 2. 



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DEABLER, HERDIS LEROY 

"Leroy" 
Transfer Gulfport High School, Gulf- 
port, Mississippi, 1960; Chorus 2, 3; 
Dramatic Club 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Ten- 
nis 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Jr. Prom 
Attendant 2; Driver Training 2. 



DEARTH, ESTHER LORAINE 

"Betsy" 
Ambition: Work with Priscilla 
Pet Peeve: Priscilla 
Typical Saying: "Oh4-L Priscilla!" 
Transfer Maiden High School, Maiden, 
Massachusetts, 1960; Student Sec. 3; 
Refreshment Comm. 1, 2, 3; Badmin- 
ton 1 ; Driver Training 2. 




DeHART. DONALD 
MILTON JR. 

"Don" 
Ambition: To have twisting music in 

the library 
Pet Peeve: Spanish 1.5 
Typical Saying: "It bothers me!" 
Exec. Board 3; Harborlight Staff 2; 
Science Fair 1, Hon. Mention; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Varsity "H" 
Club 3, Pres. 





DePESA, ADRIENNE ANNE 

"Eggs" 
Ambition: To get married 
Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning 
Typical Saying: "Just wait." 
Vogue Pattern Contestant 2; Student 
Sec. 3; Refreshment Committee 1, 2; 
Badminton 1; Jr. Prom Attendant 2. 



DiTULLIO, PAUL NORMAN 

"Paul" 
Ambition: To have a bomb shelter 
Pet Peeve: Platonic Friendships 
Typical Saying: "No joke!" 
Exec. Board 3; Chorus 3; Dramatic 
Club 1, 2, 3; Projection Club 1, 2, 3; 
Football 1, 2; Track 3; Jr. Prom 
Comm. 2; Driver Training 1. 




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DOBLE, WENDELA HEYNING 

"Wendie" 
Ambition: Be an Olympic track star 
Pet Peeve: Mispronunciation of my 

name 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 2, 3; 
French Club 1, 3; Future Nurses' Club 
1; Field Hockey 2; Basketball Manager 
2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 
1. 



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DRISCOLL, DENISE MARIE 

"Dennis" 
Ambition: Marry a millionaire 
Pet Peeve: Underclassmen 
Typical Saying: "What are we going to 

do tonight?" 
Library Service Club 2; Lunchroom 
Service Club 2; Student Sec. 3; Re- 
fresh. Comm. 2, 3; Field Hockey 2; 
Basketball 2, 3; Badminton 3; Soft- 
ball 2, 3; Varsity "H" Qub 3; Pep 
Club 1, 3; Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom 
Comm. 2. 




DUPEE, DONNA 

"Dupe" 
Ambition: To convert people 
Pet Peeve: Spiritless people 
Typical Saying: "Oh, no!" 
Student Council 1, 2, 3; Assembly 
Comm. 2, 3, Chairman 3; French Club 
2, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" 
Club 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3; Archbearer 1; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 





DUFF, MARY CATHERINE 

"Katie" 
Ambition: See the "Great Pumpkin" 
Pet Peeve: Gym 
Typical Saying: "Tough!" 
Nat. Merit Hon. Mention 3; Harbor- 
light Staff, 2, 3, Business Manager 3; 
Library Service Club 2, 3; Future 
Nurses' Qub 1, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Driv- 
er Training 2. 



DUNBAR, SUSAN ELIZABETH 

"Suzi-Wong" 
Ambition: L.P.N. 
Pet Peeve: Competition 
Typical Saying: "Speak easy." 
Transfer Brockton High School, Brock- 
ton, Mass., 1961; Dramatic Club 1; 
Assembly Committee 1, Chairman; Cho- 
rus 1. 





DURLING, FREDERICK 
ARNOLD 

"Durk" 
Ambition: Any teenage boy's ambition 
Pet Peeve: '52 Fords 
Typical Saying: "Aw!" 
Ice Hockey 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Driver 
Training 2. 



DWAN, RICHARD ADAMS 

"Dick" 
Ambition: Four minute mile 
Typical Saying: Nothing 
Highway Staff 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Volley- 
ball 1, 2; Driver Training 1. 



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DWYER, PHILIP JAMES 

"Phil" 
Ambition: The ministry 
Pet Peeve: J.K.'s hi-fi 
Typical Saying: Not much 
Transfer St. Mary's Preparatory School, 
Northeast Pennsylvania, 1961; Dra- 
matic Club 1, 2, 3; Debating Club 1; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Band 1; Executive 
Board 1; Football 1; Basketball 1; 
Baseball 1 ; Driver Training 3. 




EATON, DEBORAH GRACE 

"Debby" 
Ambition: To see the world 
Pet Peeve: Not being able to audit 

courses 
Typical Saying: "What's for lunch?" 
Nat. Honor Society 2, 3; Student Coun- 
cil 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 
3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 
1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Badminton 
1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 
3; Pep Club 1; Driver Training 2. 




EATON, DOUGLAS 
ARMSTRONG 

"Tiny" 
Pet Peeve: Dancing 
Typical Saying: "How's it goin'?" 
Executive Board 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 
3, Co-Capt. 3; Basketball 2; Baseball 
3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 
2; Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Sr. Prom 
Usher 2. 




ELLIS- JUDITH ANNE 

"Judi" 
Ambition: Be captured by a Hull pirate 
Pet Peeve: Jealousy 
Typical Saying: "Numb nut!" 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 3; 
Jr. Red Cross 1 ; Future Nurses' Club 
1; Basketball 3; Badminton 3; Pep 
Club 1, 2; Majorette Manager 3; Driv- 
er Training 2. 




FALCONER, ROBERT 
JAMES JR. 

"Jim" 
Ambition: "Doc" Falconer 
Pet Peeve: Weekend Compositions 
Typical Saying: "0 God!" 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chorus 
1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 2, 3, Layout 
Editor 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Jr. 
Prom Comm. 2; Driver Training 2. 




FEELEY, JAMES JOSEPH 

"Big Jim" 
Executive Board 3; Football 1, 2, 3; 
Track 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Vol- 
leyball 2. 



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FERGUSON, WAYNE COHETT 

"Ferg" 
Ambition: Catch a bunny 
Pet Peeve: Blue paint 
Typical Saying: Not printable 
Badminton 2; Art Club 1. 




FERNALD, PAUL WILSON 

"Tree" 
Driver Training 3. 

FLOUNDERS, MARK ALLAN 

"Nice Clod" 
Ambition: Life, love and pursuit of 

happiness 
Pet Peeve: Morality 
Typical Saying: Censored 




FLOUNDERS, MARK ALLAN 

"Nice Clod" 
Ambition: Life, love and pursuit of 

happiness 
Pet Peeve: Morality 
Typical Saying: Censored 




FOLEY, MARY ELIZABETH 

"Mary" 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 3; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3. 




FOLLUM, MARTHA CLAIRE 

"Martha" 

Ambition: Paris Art Gallery 

Pet Peeve: Algebra II 

Typical Saying: "Where are my glass- 
es?" 

Harborlight Staff 2, 3; French Club 2, 
3; Jr. Red Cross 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3; 
Basketball 1; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Pep 
Club 1, 2, 3; Grad. Usher 2; Jr. Prom 
Committee 2; Driver Training 2. 




GABBETT, SHEILA ANN 

"Mickey" 
Ambition: Marriage 
Pet Peeve: The "clique" 
Typical Saying: "Mike . . ." 
Student Council 1, 2; Dramatic Club 
1, 2; Science Fair 3; French Club 1; 
Library Service Club 1; Lunchroom 
Service Club 2; Jr. Red Cross 1; Re- 
fresh. Comm. 1; Badminton 3; Pep 
Club 1, 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Driver 
Training 1. 



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GIBERSON, SUSAN 
MARGERY 

"Susi" 
Ambition: New York 
Pet Peeve: Crutches 
Typical Saying: "Where's Donna?" 
Transfer Division Avenue High School, 
Levittown, New York, 1960; Dramatic 
Club 2; Driver Training 3; Cheerleader; 
Jr. and Sr. Variety Show;. Bowling; 
Chorus. 




GUSTAFSON, LINDA MYRLE 

"Gusty" 
Class Secretary 2, 3; Exec. Board 1, 2, 
3; Field Hockey 2, 3; Basketball 1, 
2, 3; Softball 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 
3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 1; 
Graduation Marshal 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 
2, Chairman Decorations; Jr. Prom At- 
tendant 2; Jr. Prom Queen 2; Harbor- 
light Staff 3; Driver Training 1; Bad- 
minton 3; D.A.R. Award 3. 




GILLIS, JOANNE MARIE 

"Joanne" 
Ambition: To hit 120 m.p.h. 
Pet Peeve: Final exams 
Typical Saying: "It really swings out!" 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Harbor- 
light Staff 1, 2, 3; Science Fair 1, Hon. 
Mention; Library Service Club 1, 2, 3; 
Jr. Red Cross 2; Future Nurses' Club 
2, 3; Badminton 1; Tennis 3; Driver 
Training 3. 




HARRIS, DOROTHY 
DRUMMOND 

"Dottie" 
Ambition: Pass C.I. with Mr. Pierce 
Pet Peeve: Dianne's boy friend 
Student Secretary 3; Driver Training 2. 




GLAZEBROOK, PAMELA 
NICHOLSON 

"Glazie" 
Ambition: To overthrow Stuey Glotzel 
Pet Peeve: Dragon Lips' obnoxious af- 
fections 

Typical Saying: "When it rains, it 

pours." 
Harborlight Staff 2, 3; French Club 
2, 3; Field Hockey 1, Manager 3; Bad- 
minton 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 3; Arch- 
bearer 1; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Driver 
Training 2. 




HARSH, JACQUELYN MARY 

"Jackie" 
Ambition: Get a new clunker 
Pet Peeve: Women drivers 
Typical Saying: "Crimmoney sakes!" 
Dramatic Club 2, 3; Jr. Red Cross 1; 
Student Secretary 3; Badminton 3; 
Softball 3; Archbearer 1; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 



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HAWKES, MURIEL JEAN 

"Hawksey" 
Ambition: To build a computer 
Pet Peeve: M.L.C.'s "comments" 
Typical Saying: "Did you do your Eng- 
lish?" 
Nat. Honor Society 2, 3, Secretary 3; 
Exec. Board 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
French Qub 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 
2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Highway Staff 
3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; 
Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Driver Training 
2; Jr. Prom Comm. 2. 




HERMAN, LOUISE FIELD 

"Weezy" 

Ambition: To be president of the Pep 
Club 

Pet Peeve: "Bryn Mawr, where's that?" 
Typical Saying: "How public like a 
frog!" 

Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist 3; Nat. Honor 
Society 2, 3; Exec. Board 2; Harbor- 
light Staff 1, 2, 3, Editor 3; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2; Badmin- 
ton 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 




HEALEY, MARSHA WYNNE 

"Marsha" 
Ambition: Have thin legs 
Pet Peeve: People who think they can 

sing 
Typical Saying: "What's new?" 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 1; 
Dramatic Club 2; French Qub 2, 3; 
Lunchroom Service Club 2; Refresh- 
ment Comm. 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; Bas- 
ketball 1; Softball 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; 
Grad. Usher 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 2. 




HERSEY, JANET 

"Janet" 
Ambition: Marry the Rebel 
Pet Peeve : Green Men 
Typical Saying: "May I help you?" 
Vogue Pattern Contestant 2; Science 
Fair 1 ; Refreshment Comm. 2, 3 ; Pep 
Qub 1, 2; Driver Training 3. 




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HELLIER, SUSAN 

"Sue" 
Ambition: To divide by zero 
Pet Peeve: Room 205 
Typical Saying: "Pm impressed." 
Nat. Honor Society 2, 3; Band 1, 2; 
Harborlight Staff 3; Field Hockey 1, 
2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; French Club 
3; Badminton 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 
3; Pep Club 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; 
Driver Training 2. 




HOLM, JULIE CAROLINE 

"Julie" 
Ambition: Make a goal 
Pet Peeve: French H teachers 
Typical Saying: "I like MY Hillman!" 
Band 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 3; 
Dramatic Club 2; French Club 2, 3; 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 3; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Ten- 
nis 1; Softball 1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" 
Club 3; Grad. Usher 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 
2; Driver Training 2. 



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HOUGH, BARBARA 
ELIZABETH 

"Houghy" 
Student Council 2; Assembly Comm. 2 
French Club 2, 3; Refresh. Comm. 2 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3 
Softball 1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 3 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 




HOWLETT. PHILIP CHARLES 

"PhU" 

Ambition: To find one 
Pet Peeve: Twin brothers 
Typical Saying : "What ? ? " 
Executive Board 3; Football 1, 2, 3; 
Baseball 1; Varsity "H" Club 3; Jun- 
ior Prom Attendant 2; Driver Training 




HOUGHTON, DAVID GATES 

"Dave" 
Ambition: Break 70 
Pet Peeve: Indecision 
Typical Saying: "What a piece!" 
Nat. Merit Hon. Mention 3; Exec. Board 
1, 2, 3, Treas. 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
Co-Capt. 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Varsity 
"H" Club 3; Intramural Basketball 1; 
Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Jr. Prom Attendant 
2; Driver Training 3. 





HOWLETT, STEPHEN LEROY 

'Steve"' 

Ambition: Be a millionaire 

Pet Peeve: Being called Phil 

Typical Saying: "I don't know." 

Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Driver 
Training 2. 



HOWES, PAULA MARIE 

"Paula" 
Ambition: Go to Brighams daily 
Pet Peeve: Chocolate Marshmallow 
Sundaes 

Typical Saying: "Anyone for Brig- 
hams?" 

Transfer Shaker Heights High School, 
Cleveland, Ohio, 1960; Chorus 2, 3; 
Future Teachers' Club 3; Glee Club 1. 




HOWLEY, DAVID MICHAEL 

"Dave" 
Ambition: Be a state Fuzz 
Pet Peeve: Girls who won't tell why 

they're mad 
Typical Saying: "Sneak off." 
Chorus 1, 2; Dramatic Club 2; Library 
Service Club 2; Projection Club 1, 2, 3. 



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HUMPHREY, LINDA LEE 

"Lee" 

Ambition: Commit the perfect crime, 
murder D.H. 

Pet Peeve: D.H. 

Typical Saying: "See if I love you any- 
more." 

Chorus 1, 2; Harborlight Staff 2, 3; 

Debating Club 1; Majorettes 2, 3; Pep 

Club 1 ; Driver Training 3. 





HUNT, FREDERICK ARTHUR 

"Fred" 
Ambition: To graduate 
Pet Peeve: Fixing David Burr's truck 
Typical Saying: "You better believe 

it!" 
Athletic Service Club 1, 2, 3; Football 
3; Driver Training 2. 






HUNT. GEORGE TAYLOR 

"George" 
Ambition: Sail all my life 
Pet Peeve: Motor boat enthusiasts 
Typical Saying: "Sail boats are better 

than — " 
Highway Staff 3; Science Fair 2; Ath- 
letic Service Club 1, 2, 3; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 




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INGRASSIA, JOHN JOSEPH 

"John" 
Ambition: A car that runs 
Pet Peeve: Not enough time between 

classes 
Typical Saying: "What's for lunch?" 
Driver Training 1. 




JAMIESON, JOHN ROBERT 

"Johnny" 
Ambition: Northeastern U. 
Pet Peeve: Girls who don't tell you 

what they're mad about 
Typical Saying: "Sneak off." 
Transfer Winthrop High School, Win- 
throp, Massachusetts, 1960; Driver 
Training 2. 




JEWETT, VIRGINIA 
ELIZABETH 

"Ginny" 
Pet Peeve: School 
Typical Saying: "Let me clue you." 
Library Service Club 1, 2, 3r Lunch- 
room Service Club 3; Jr. Red Cross 1, 
2; Student Sec. 3; Badminton 2; Pep 
Club 1, 2; Driver Training 2. 



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JOHNSON, PETER LAURENCE 

"Peter" 
Transfer Plymouth High School, Plym- 
outh, Massachusetts, 1959. 




JONES, SUSAN DAY 

"Sue" 
Ambition: To get everything done on 

time 
Pet Peeve: Myself 
Typical Saying: "Who's That?" 
Student Council 1; Chorus 3; Highway 
Staff 3; French Club 2, 3; Varsity 
"H" Club 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, Secre- 
tary 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Jr. Prom 
Attendant 2. 




JOPE, LESLIE DAWN 

"Leslie" 
Ambition: To be first in line for lunch 
Pet Peeve: "10 mile march to my 
locker" 

Typical Saying: "Formation!" 

French Club 1; Majorette 2, 3; Leader 

3; Pep Club 1; Driver Training 2. 




KERRIGAN, GEORGE JOSEPH 

"George" 
Ambition: To be President 
Track 1. 




KILBOURNE, JAMES GREGORY 

"Mario" 
Ambition: To have ambition 
Pet Peeve: Rock 'n Roll (Ugh!) 
Typical Saying: Something about the 

Yankees 
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; National Thes- 
pian Troupe 2, 3; Projection Club 1; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 




KILLAM, MARCIA JOAN 

"KiUy" 
Ambition: Hit N.Y.C. 
Pet Peeve: Hingham 
Typical Saying: "You bet your life!" 
National Honor Society 2, 3; Executive 
Board 1; Highway Staff 3; Science 
Club 1; Badminton 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 
3; Grad. Usher 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; 
Driver Training 2. 



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KRESS, ROBERT EDWARD 

"Bob" 
Ice Hockey 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 



KNAPP, WARREN DANA JR. 

"War" 
Student Council 3; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; 
Tennis Tournament 1, 3, Champion 1, 
Runner-Up 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Varsity 
"H" Club 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 
2; Volleyball 1, 2; Driver Training 2. 




LACATELL, RICHARD 
ERNEST 

"Dick" 
Pet Peeve: Lack of appropriate place 

for band at football games 
Typical Saying: "Bugs!" 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chorus 
1, 2, 3; Science Club 1; Projection 
Club 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1; Tennis Tourna- 
ment 1; Intramural Basketball 1; Vol- 
leyball 1. 





LAMSON, BARBARA LYNN 

"Lynnie" 
Ambition: To do well in college 
Pet Peeve: Rainy Monday mornings 
Typical Saying: "Not too many smarts!" 
Harborlight Staff 1, 2, 3, Advertising 
Manager 3; French Qub 3; Library 
Service Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3; Jr. Red 
Cross 2, 3; Badminton 2, 3; Pep Club 
1 ; Driver Training 1. 



LAZZERINI, LINDA LEE 

"Duchess" 
Ambition: To marry the Duke 
Pet Peeve: Bob 

Typical Saying: "And then . . . Pow!" 
Chorus 1; Science Fair 2; French Qub 
2; Art Club 1; Basketball 1; Badmin- 
ton 3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Majorette 
1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 3; Pep Club 1, 2; 
Grad. Usher 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; 
Driver Training 2. 




LEAVITT, SUZANNE MARIE 

"Squirt" 
Ambition: To be a secretary 
Pet Peeve: Red-heads 
Typical Saying: "I'm not going to tell 

you." 
Gregg Shorthand Speed Certificate 2; 
Gregg Complete Theory Shorthand Cer- 
tificate 2; Highway Staff 3; Library 
Service Qub 1, 3; Jr. Red Cross 3; 
Student Secretary 3; Refreshment 
Comm. 1; Badminton 2; Pep Qub 1, 2, 
3 ; Driver Training 2. 



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LEEN, LINDA 

"Double L" 
Ambition: Drive a Grossman's tank to 

school 
Typical Saying: "Oh, really?" 
Nat. Merit Hon. Mention 3; A.A.T.F. 
2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 2, 
3; Science Club 1; French Club 

1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3; Basketball 

2, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1; 
Driver Training 2. 




LINCOLN, GAIL FRANCIS 

"Linky" 
Ambition: Be 5'5" 
Pet Peeve: Tardiness 
Typical Saying: "You clown!" 
Harborlight Staff 3; French Club 3; 
Field Hockey 2, 3; Basketball 3; Bad- 
minton 2, 3; Pep Qub 1, 3; Jr.- Prom 
Comm. 2; Driver Training 2. 




LINCOLN, STEPHEN 
BENNETT 

"Link" 
Ambition: Dissect night crawlers 
Pet Peeve: Some people I know 
Typical Saying: "What do I have next 

period?" 
Ice Hockey 1; Art Club 1, 2. 




LOUD, BARBARA JANE 

"Marvin" 
Harborlight Staff 2, 3; Dramatic Club 
1, 3; French Qub 1; Student Sec. 3; 
Pep Club 1 ; Driver Training 2. 




LOWNEY, DOUGLAS KENT 

"Man Mountain" 
Ambition: "Bull" fighter 
Pet Peeve: Bulls 
Typical Saying: "Bull!" 




LOWRANCE, DAVID 
WITHERSPOON 

"Dave" 
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Athletic Service 
Club 1, 2, 3; Projection Club 1; Driver 
Training 2. 



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LUCE, RICHARD CLEVELAND 

"Ricky" 
Ambition: To go into big business 
Pet Peeve: Policemen's Ball tickets 
Typical Saying: "Go get 'em, tiger." 
Library Service Club 2, 3; Driver Train- 
ing 2; Student Secretary 3. 




LUDWIG, LINDA LEE 

"Luddy" 
Ambition: To get out of Hingham High 
Pet Peeve: Tearing off tickets 
Typical Saying: "How many calories?" 
Student Sec. 3; Refreshment Comm. 2; 
Badminton 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Major- 
ette Manager 2; Driver Training 2. 




MacALLEN, JAMES WALTER 

"Jacquot" 
Exec. Board 1, 2; Student Council 3, 
Vice-Pres.; Football 2, 3; Baseball 1, 
2, 3, Co-Capt. 3; Varsity "H" Club 3; 
Intramural Basketball 1; Volleyball 1; 
Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Driver Training 




MacCONNELL, NORMAN 
JAMES JR. 

"Bike" 
Pet Peeve: Harley Davidson 




MacKINNON, JUDITH 
FLORENCE 

"Jude" 
Ambition: Become an art instructor 
Pet Peeve: Room 205 
Typical Saying: "I'm bound to." 
Science Club 3; Library Service Qub 
1, 2, 3; Athletic Service Club 2; Jr. 
Red Cross 1, 2, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; 
Pep Club 1, 2; Driver Training 2. 




MacKINNON, WILLIAM 
CHARLES 

"Sparrow" 
Ambition: To be the first one on the 

moon 
Pet Peeve: "Life" 
Typical Saying: "Let me see your C.I. 

homework." 

Volleyball 1, 2; Driver Training 2. 



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MacMASTER, ANGUS 
MICHAEL 

"Gus" 
Ambition: Get out of Hingham High 
Pet Peeve: Hingham High 
Typical Saying: "I like Hingham High." 
Basketball 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 
1, 2; Driver Training 2. 







MacMURRAY, JAMES 
MICHAEL 

"Emmitt" 
Ambition: Trapper 
Pet Peeve: A.B.C. 
Typical Saying: "Enjoyable!" 

Lunchroom Service Club 3; Baseball 
3; Intramural Basketball 1. 




MALLON, JAMES THOMAS 

"Jim" 
Ambition: Bachelor 
Pet Peeve: Dominating women 
Typical Saying: "Moderately." 
Exec. Board 3; Student Council 3; As- 
sembly Comm. 3; Science Fair 2; 
Lunchroom Service Club 3; Football 
1; Tennis 1; Driver Training 1. 






MANNA, JUNE MARIE 

"June" 
Ambition: To get married 
Pet Peeve: Baker's 
Typical Saying: "Just wait!" 
Chorus 1; Highway Staff 3; Vogue 
Pattern Contestant 2; Library Service 
Club 2; Student Sec. 3; Refreshment 
Comm. 2; Pep Club 1; Jr. Prom At- 
tendant 2. 



MARR, MICHAEL DENNIS 

"Mike" 
Volleyball 1 ; Driver Training 2. 



McCRACKEN, JOSEPH HENRY 

"Faut" 
Ambition: To flunk lunch 
Pet Peeve: Fat men with bombs 
Typical Saying: Anything in English 
Football 2 ; Driver Training 2. 



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t 

McDOUGALL, FLORA 
GERTRUDE 

"Trudy" 
Typical Saying: "I don't know." 
Exec. Board 1 ; Library Service Club 
2; Lunchroom Service Club 2, 3; Future 
Nurses' Club 2, 3; Refreshment Comm. 
1; Varsity "H" Club 3; Cheerleader 
2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 
2; Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 



McGINN, MARJORIE EILEEN 

"Midge" 
Ambition: Be a beachcomber 
Pet Peeve: Baker's 

Typical Saying: "Ah, you're not ser- 
ious!" 
Exec. Board 2; Highway Staff 3; Li- 
brary Service Club 2; Student Sec. 
3; Refreshment Comm. 1; Softball 1; 
Pep Club 1, 2; Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom 
Comm. 2; Driver Training 2. 





McKAY, DONALD 

"Moose" 
Science Fair 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 
2; Driver Training 2. - 



McLaughlin, joan 

"Little Mac" 
Student Council 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; 
Basketball 1, 2; SoftbaU 1, 2; Bad- 
minton 1; Varsity "H" Qub 3, Vice- 
President 3; Pep Club 1; Jr. Prom 
Comm. 2. 




McINTYRE. DONALD 
DOUGLAS 

"Mac" 
Ambition: Someday . . . 
Pet Peeve: Tricking linebackers 
Typical Saying: "Is that right?" 
Student Council 1; Football 1, 2, 3, Co- 
Capt. 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 
1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 3; Varsity "H" Club 
3; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Jr. Prom At- 
tendant 2. 




McPHERSON, JUDY 

"Judy" 
Refreshment Committee 1; Student Sec- 
retary 3; Badminton 2, 3. 



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MEANS, DOROTHY MARY 

"Dottie" 
Ambition: Hairdresser 
Typical Saying: "Are you serious?" 
Transfer Jamaica Plain High School, 
Boston, Massachusetts, 1960; Science 
Fair 1; Future Nurses' Club 1; Re- 
freshment Comm. 2, 3. 




MERRITT, DAVID FRANCIS 

"Mope" 
Driver Training 2. 




MILLER, BARBARA JANE 

"Butch" 
Ambition: To be a Rembrandt 
Pet Peeve: Boys 

Typical Saying: "That kills me!" 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 3; Jr.. 
Red Cross 1; Future Teachers' Club 
3; Future Nurses' Club 1, Secretary; 
Majorette 2, 3; Pep Club 1. 




MINSKY, FRANCINE 
ROBERTA 

"Frankie" 
Ambition: Get back to California 
Pet Peeve: Little brother 
Transfer Dorchester High School, Dor- 
chester, Massachusetts, 1961; Driver 
Training 1. 




MORRIS, PETER VAN 

"Pete" 
Track 1, 2, 3; Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; 
Volleyball 1, 2; Driver Training 2. 




MORRIS, ROGER LINDSEY 

"Rog" 

Ambition: To be a success 

Typical Saying: "Don't you just know 

it." 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chorus 

1, 2; Debating Club 1; Track 2, 3; 
Intramural Basketball 1; Volleyball 1, 

2, 3. 



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MORRISON, DALE STERLING 

"Dale" 
Ambition: Stuff the basketball 
Pet Peeve: Surprise quizzes 
Typical Saying: "I don't know." 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Pro- 
jection Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 
3; Track 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 
2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee 2; Driver 
Training 2. 




NEIL, MARY VIRGINIA 

"Ginny" 
Ambition: Play Bongo Drums 
Pet Peeve: RT.O. 
Typical Saying: "Let's go to Abbadab- 

ba's." 
Nat. Merit Hon. Mention 3; A.A.TF. 
2, First Prize; Nat. Honor Society 2, 3; 
Highway Staff 2, 3, Editor 3; Harbor- 
light Staff 1; Nat. Thespian Troupe 
2, 3, Treas. 3; Dramatics Qub 1, 2, 3, 
Treas. 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Pep 
Qub 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom 
Comm. 2. 




NELSON, ANN LOUISE 

"Ann" 
Ambition: To be an F.F.W. 
Pet Peeve: "Snobs" 
Typical Saying: "Who's been telling 

you fairy tales?" 
Library Service Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3; 
Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treas- 
urer 3; Student Secretary 3; Pep Club 
1. 




ODELL. ROBERT THAYER 

"Dig" 
Ambition: Run the 100 in less than 

ten seconds 
Pet Peeve: Athletic practices 
Typical Saying: "Good-bye, Honey, here 

comes Ginny." 
Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity 
"H" Club 3; Driver Training 2. 
Low Hurdles State Champion 2. 




OGDEN, MYRON LEASON 

"Mike" 
Ambition: To be a millionaire 
Pet Peeve: Mr. Stoddard's tests 
Typical Saying: "Call me Mike!" 
Science Fair 1; Volleyball 3; Driver 
Training 2. 




OULTON, LINDA ANNE 

"Linda" 
Executive Board 1; Chorus 2, 3; Varsity 
"H" Club 3; Majorette 2, 3; Driver 
Training 2. 



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PAGLICCIA, MARY LOUISE 

"Louise" 
Majorette 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 



PALMER, GALE LUCY 

"Windy" 
Ambition: Travel abroad 
Pet Peeve: Angle shots 
Typical Saying: "That's peachy!" 
Exec. Board 2; Harborlight Staff 2, 3, 
Sports Editor 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 3; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; 
Softball 1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 3; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 1; Grad. 
Usher 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Driver 
Training 2; Student Government Day 
Representative 3. 




PARSONS, RICHARD 
BRONSON 

"Snoz" 
Ambition: Own Buggatti 
Pet Peeve: Haircuts 
Typical Saying: "Shake it easy." 
Transfer Colorado Rocky Mountain 
School, Carbondale, Colorado, 1961; 
Soccer Team 1, 2; Skiing Team 1, 2. 




PATTEN, BRUCE KENNETH 

"Bruce" 
Ambition: Pass English 




PERICOLA, PETER ANTHONY 

"Pete" 
Pet Peeve: Clique and unfair politics 
Typical Saying: "Let's have a party!" 
Student Council 1, 3; Library Service 
Qub 1, 2, 3. 




PERKINSON, RICHARD 
CUTLER 

"Perk" 
Ambition: To be an electrical engineer 
Pet Peeve: People who don't know what 

a Thespian is 
Typical Saying: Nothing of real impor- 
tance 
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3; 
Nat. Thespian Troupe 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres, 
3; Science Club 1; French Club 2; De- 
bating Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3; Ath- 
letic Service Club 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 2; 
Projection Club 1, 2, 3; Football Man- 
ager 3; Volleyball 2; Golf 3. 



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PFIZENMAIER, JAN 
COOPER 

"Fizz" 
Ambition: Varsity "H" Club 
Pet Peeve: J.S. 
Typical Saying: "I am not!" 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; 
French Club 2, 3; Pep Qub 1, 2, 3, 
President 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Driver 
Training 2. 




PIERCE. JOHN DENNIS 

"Oh Enlightened One" 
Ambition: To be God 
Pet Peeve: Skeptics 
Typical Saying: "God is not dead." 
Harvard Book Award 2; Tennis 1, 2, 
3; Tennis Tournament 1, 2, 3; Varsity 
"H" Club 3; Nat. Merit Hon. Mention 
3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Nat. Thespian 
Troupe 3; Nat. Honor Society 2, 3, 
President 3; Harborlight Staff 2, 3, 
Feature Editor 3; Debating Club 1, 2, 
3, Treas. 2, Pres. 3. 




PIKE, ELLEN MARIE 

"Ellen" 
Harborlight Staff 3; Dramatic Club 1, 
3; French Club 3; Future Teachers' 
Club 3; Basketball 3; Pep Qub 1, 3; 
Driver Training 3. 




PLAINER, NANCY JANE 

"Nancy" 
Ambition: Be able to see over a hospital 

bed 
Typical Saying: "Why don't you get a 

V.W.?" 
Student Council 2, 3; Assembly Comm. 
2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; French 
Club 2, 3; Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 
3; Refreshment Comm. 3; Badmin- 
ton 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee 2. 




POLAKOW, GREGORY 

"Greg" 
Ambition: To wipe out Communism in 

Boy Scouts 
Pet Peeve: Registry of Motor Vehicles 
Typical Saying: "Jays s bery iru."_ 
Executive Board 1, Basketbcdl 2, 3; 
Baseball 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 
1,2,3; Volleyball 2. 




PONGS, BRITA 

"Brita" 
Ambition: Come back to America 
Pet Peeve: American homework 
Typical Saying: "Say that again, 

please." 
American Field Service Exchange Stu- 
dent from Neuwied, Germany; Execu- 
tive Board 3; French Club 3; Basket- 
ball 3. 



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PRICE, MARYANN ROSE 

"Maryann" 
•Ambition: Art school 
Pet Peeve: Losing senior privileges 
Typical Saying: "Big surprise!" 
Transfer Dedham High School, Dedham, 
Mass., 1960; Chorus 1; Student Sec. 
3; Badminton 1; Pep Club 1; Driver 
Training 3. 




CAROL, JEAN REHKEMPER 

"Carol" 
Ambition: Interior decorator 
Transfer Bridgeport High School, 
Bridgeport, West Virginia, 1961 ; French 
Club 2; Science Club 2, 3; Future 
Homemakers' Association 1; Dramatic 
Club 1, 2; Jr. Prom Committee 2; Bad- 
minton 3; Student Secretary 3. 




READE, IRVIN DOUGLASS 

"Buddy" 
Ambition: Wipe out Spanish-speaking 

countries 
Pet Peeve: Spanish teachers 
Typical Saying: "Como esta usted?" 
Band 1; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Science 
Fair 1, Hon. Mention; Driver Train- 
ing 1. 




REYNOLDS, CAROL ANN 

"Mag" 
Ambition: To be a millionaire 
Pet Peeve: Gym 
Typical Saying: "I'm off to see Mr. 

Pierce." 
Student Secretary 2, 3; Refreshment 
Committee 1, 2, 3. 




REARDON, MARCIA LOUISE 

"Marcia" 
Ambition: Sail the South Seas on 

"Tiki" 
Pet Peeve: Teeny weeny French bi- 
kinis 
Typical Saying: "Je ne comprends pas." 
Transfer Thayer Academy, Braintree, 
Mass., 1959; A.F.S. Exchange Student 
to Fayence, France, 1961; Chorus 1, 2, 
3; Harborlight Staff 2, 3, Assistant Ed. 
3; Field Hockey 1, 2; Badminton 1, 2, 
3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Attend- 
ant 2; Driver Training 2. 




REYNOLDS, JAYNE LESLEY 

"Jayne" 
Ambition: To see Bruce again 
Pet Peeve: Mr. Pierce 
Typical Saying: "Whatcha doing?" 
Harborlight Staff 1, 2, 3; Library 
Service Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; Jr. 
Red Cross 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses' Club 
1, 3, Vice-Pres. 3. 



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RICHARDSON, THOMAS 
JEFFREY 

"Tom" 
Ambition: To play hockey 
Pet Peeve: Writing 

Typical Saying: "What's coming off?" 
French Club 3; Football 1, 2; Ice 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Golf Club 3; Varsity 
"H" Club 3; Driver Training 2. 




RIZZOTTO, GRACE MARY 

"Gracie" 
Ambition: Three M's (Men, Money, 

Marriage) 
Pet Peeve: FOUR LETTER WORDS 
Typical Saying: "What a riot!" 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 3; 
Science Fair 3; Science Club 3; French 
Club 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; 
Badminton 1, 3; Softball 1; Pep Club 
1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 




RILEY, MARY-ANN 

"Mary-Ann" 
Ambition: To be a nurse 
Pet Peeve: Mr. Webb's book reports 
Typical Saying: "Swingin'!" 
Harborlight Staff 2; Library Service 
Club 1, 2, 3; Jr. Red Cross L 2; Fu- 
ture Nurses' Club 2; Badminton 2; 
Driver Training L 




RIZZOTTO. EDWARD 
SAMUEL 

"Eddie"' 
Ambition: Ferrari team driver 
Typical Saying: "Go away, Morrisson!" 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 3; French 
Club 2; Projection Club 1, 2, 3; Track 
3; Intramural Basketball 2; Driver 
Training 2. 




ROBERTS, JOHN CAMPBELL 

"Jack" 
Ambition: To be a naval officer 
Pet Peeve: A dead calm 
Typical Saying: "Really?" 
Science Club 1; Driver Training 2; 
Larchmont Sailing Trophy 2. 




ROMANO, CORRADINA 
MARIE 

"Penny" 
Ambition: Rice and old shoes 
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 
2, 3; French Club 1, 3; Archbearer 
1 ; Driver Training 2. 



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ROUTHIER, DAVID JOSEPH 

"Dave" 
Ambition: Have six lab periods a day 
Pet Peeve: Eight o'clock bell 
Typical Saying: "What a joint!" 
Chorus 2, 3; Science Fair 2; Lunch- 
room Service Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3; 
Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 2. 



RUSHFORTH, JANICE LEE 

"Janice" 
Ambition: Marry a millionaire 
Pet Peeve: Certain people 
Typical Saying: "Oh, honestly!" 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Science Fair 1; Field 
Hockey Manager 2; Driver Training 2. 




RUSSELL. WILLIAM 
EDWARD 

"Bill" 
Ambition: Keep '57 Ford in one piece 
Pet Peeve: People jamming on brakes 
Typical Saying: "You're breaking my 

heart." 
Assembly Comm. 1; Chorus 2; Projec- 
tion Club 1, 2, 3; Football 1; Basket- 
ball Manager 2, 3; Baseball 1; Golf 
2, 3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Jr. Prom 
Attendant 2; Driver Training 2. 




SACCONE, JAMES JOSEPH 

"Big Jim" 
Ambition: Marines 
Pet Peeve: "Click" 
Typical Saying: "Hey, Lunk!" 
FootbaU 1, 2. 





SAYWARD, ALLEN LORING 

"Al" 
Ambition: Electronic technician 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Highway Staff 3; Har- 
borlight Staff 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 

1, 2, 3; Thespian Troupe 3; Library 
Service Club 3; Lunchroom Service Club 
2; Athletic Service Club 1, 2; Jr. Red 
Cross 2, 3, Pres. 3; Track 1, 3; Bad- 
minton 2, 3; Intramural Basketball I, 

2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Driver Train- 
ing 1. 




SCHRAMM, HENRY HERBERT 

"Hank" 
Ambition: To be a millionaire 
Pet Peeve: With Russia 
Typical Saying: "What a fool!" 
National Merit Honorable Mention 3; 
Chorus 3; Science Fair 1; Science Club 
3; French Club 1; Athletic Service 
Club 2; Badminton 1; VolleybaU 1, 2; 
Driver Training 2. 



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SHAUGHNESSY, JAMES 
THOMAS 

"Shaun" 
Ambition: Bachelor at large 
Pet Peeve: Junior girls 
Typical Saying: "I most Certainly hope 

so!" 
Transfer Boston College High School, 
Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1960; Ice 
Hockey 1, 3; Driver Training 2. 



SHEA, DANIEL ANTHONY 

"Dan" 
Ambition: Television technician 
Pet Peeve: Gym teachers who have 

physical fitness programs. 
Typical Saying: "I can't believe that." 
Basketball 2, 3; Intramural Pasketball 
1, 2, 3; Driver Training 3. 





SINGLETON, MARGARET 

"Margaret" 
Ambition: To get a million dollars 
Pet Peeve: Green stamps 
Typical Saying: "Whatcha say?" 
Dramatic Club 1; French Club 1; Stu- 
dent Secretary 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Ma- 
jorette Manager 1, 2; Driver Training 
2. 



SMITH, CAROL COURTNEY 

"Carol" 
Ambition: To do away with the "Eter- 
nal Triangle" 
Pet Peeve: Our triangle 
Typical Saying: "He's coming home this 

weekend!" 
Exec. Board 2; Dramatic Club 1; Fu- 
ture Teachers' Club 3; Badminton 1, 
2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Archbearer 1; 
Driver Training 2. 




SHRIGLEY, JOANNE EMILY 

"Shrig" 
Ambition: To fly 
Pet Peeve: Hangovers 
Typical Saying: "I BEG your pardon!" 
Exec. Board 1, 2; French Club 1; 
Library Service Club 2; Lunchroom Ser- 
vice Club 1; Jr. Red Cross 2; Student 
Sec. 2; Refreshment Comm. 2; Field 
Hockey 1; Cheerleader 2; Pep Qub 
1; Grad. Usher 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 2. 




SMITH, CAROLYN EDGERLY 

"Smitty" 
Ambition: Be stationed at O.A.F.B. 
Pet Peeve: Number 60 
Typical Saying: "No, I'm not engaged 

... yet!" 
Student Council 1; Chorus 1, 2; High- 
way Staff 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; 
Nat. Thespian Troupe 3; Badminton 
1, 2, 3; Softball 1; Pep Qub 1, 2, 3; 
Grad. Usher 2 ; Driver Training 2. 



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SMITH, JEFFREY CRAIG 

"Jeff" 
Ambition: Ambition??? 
Pet Peeve: Being called F.B. 
Typical Saying: 

Chorus 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; 
Science Club 1; Projection Club 1, 2; 
Football 2, 3; Ice Hockey 2, 3; Tennis 
1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 2; Volley- 
ball 2. 




SNYDER, DRENDA KAYE 

"Dee" 
Science Fair 1; French Club 2, 3; Li- 
brary Service Club 3; Jr. Red Cross 
3; Future Teacher's Club 1; Badmin- 
ton 3; Flagbearer 1; K.B. 2; Girls Ath- 
letic Assoc. 2. 




SOMES, DIANA ELIZABETH 

"Dee Dee" 
Ambition: To graduate 
Pet Peeve: Miss Poole's tests 
Typical Saying: "Oh, no!" 
Pep Club 1, 2 ; Driver Training 3. 




SPINNER, ESTALEE 
MARLENE 

"Spin" 
Ambition: Work at State House 
Pet Peeve: Waiting for 1966 
Typical Saying : "Beautiful!" 
Highway Staff 3; Dramatic Club 1; 
Lunchroom Service Club 3; Student 
Sec. 3; Basketball 3; Badminton 1, 2, 
3; Pep Club 1,2. 




SPRING, KENNETH ROBBINS 

"K-Juice" 
Ambition: To become a Painter 
Pet Peeve: J.B.'s gym class 
Typical Saying: "Are you for real?" 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; 
Tennis Tournament 2, 3; Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 




STALLARD, ROBBIN LIBBEY 

"Robbin" 
Ambition: Graduate from Harvard 
Pet Peeve: G.P.'s hilarious jokes 
Typical Saying: "No, we're not sis- 
ters." 
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 
2; Basketball 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; 
Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom Comm. 2. 



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STEEiN, BRUCE 

"B-Juice" 
Ambition: Kill Barb M. 
Pet Peeve: Hangovers 
Typical Saying: Censored 
Lunchroom Service Club 2, 3; Art Club 
1; Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Var- 
sity "H" Club 3. 




STEIN, JEFFREY HALL 

"Jeff" 
Ambition: To be myself 
Pet Peeve: Megaton bombs 
Typical Saying: "How bad!" 
Transfer Classical High School, Provi- 
dence, Rhode Island, 1959; Exec. Board 
1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 1,2; 
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Nat. Thespian 
Troupe 2, 3; Science Fair 1, Hon. 
Mention; Basketball Manager 1; Intra- 
mural Basketball 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2; 
Jr. Prom Comm. 2. 




SWEENEY, JAMES EDWARD 

"Jim" 

Ambition: Get out of school 

Pet Peeve: Romper Room 

Typical Saying: "What time is it?" 

Science Fair 1; Track Manager 1, 2; 
Driver Training 2. 




SWEENEY, JOHN FRANCIS 

"Rabbit" 
Ambition: That depends 
Pet Peeve: Also depends 
Typical Saying: "Depends." 
Intramural Basketball 2; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 




TERENZONI, DONNA 
ARLENE 

"Don" 
Ambition: To become a teacher 
Pet Peeve: Teachers who interrupt con- 
versations in class 
Typical Saying: "Why not?" 

Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Secretary 2, 3. 




TERVO, SUSAN KATHERINE 

"Sue" 
Ambition: Be a secretary 
Pet Peeve: Cars with no radio 
Typical Saying: "You hot ticket!" 
Science Fair 1; French Club 1, 2; Bad- 
minton 2, 3; Majorette 2, 3; Pep Club 1. 



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THOMPSON, BILL FRANK 

"Bill" 
Driver Training 1. 



TOWNSEND, LINDA ELAINE 

"Lyn" 

Ambition: To graduate 
Pet Peeve: M.M. 

Student Secretary 3; Badminton 2; Soft- 
ball 3; Pep Club 2; Driver Training 1. 




TRAINER, ROBERTA SHEILA 

"Bobbie" 
Ambition: To get married to Billy 
Pet Peeve: Hingham High School 
Typical Saying: "Let me have a drag." 
Student Secretary 3; Refreshment Com- 
mittee 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 






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TUITE, JULIE MARIE 

"Julie" 

Ambition: To finish school 

Pet Peeve: Majorettes with large pocket- 
books 

Typical Saying: "Heaven's Merger- 
troid!" 

Lunchroom Service Club 3; Majorette 

Manager 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Grad. 

Usher 2; Driver Training 2. 



VERRILL, SANDRA 
ELIZABETH 

"Sandy" 
Ambition: Boston University 
Pet Peeve: Sophomores 
Typical Saying: "What's this madness?" 
Library Service Club 2, 3; Jr. Red 
Cross 2; Future Teachers' Club 3; Bad- 
minton 2. 



VIGNEAU, JACQUELINE 
MARIE 

"Jackie" 
Ambition: To travel 
Pet Peeve: The clunker 
Typical Saying: "K" as in "yuk yuk." 
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 
3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Driver Training 
3. 



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WALGREEN, JANE MARIE 

"C. C." 
Ambition: Get MRS. at college 
Pet Peeve: Being called C.C. 
Typical Saying: "S'way I like it." 
Chorus 1, 2, 3; Harborlight Staff 3; 
Science Fair 1, 2; Lunchroom Service 
Club 3; Future Teachers' Club 3; Bad- 
minton 3; Varsity "H" Club 3; Major- 
ette 2, 3, Co-Capt. 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 
3; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Driver Training 
2. 




WHITMAN, PETER GILLIS 

"Pebble" 
Ambition: Desert island 
Pet Peeve: The office 
Typical Saying: Censored 
Intramural Basketball 3; Driver Train- 
ing 3. 




WATSON, ANNE 

"Watt" 
Ambition: Gain weight 
Pet Peeve: Streams, puddles, and pools 
Typical Saying: "I don't care." 
Future Teachers' Club 3; Future 
Nurses' Club 3; Refreshment Comm. 3; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 




WHITMAN, ROBERT LOWELL 

"Bob" 
Ambition: Be a draftsman 
Transfer Westwood High School, West- 
wood, Massachusetts, 1960; Chorus 1; 
Science Fair 1; Science Club 1; Athletic 
Club 1; Football 1; Badminton 2; 
Track 2; Soccer 1; Driver Training 3. 




WAYNEN, MARCIA LEE 

"Marcia" 
Exec. Board 1, 2; Chorus 3; Dramatic 
Club 1, 2, 3; Nat. Thespian Troupe 1, 
2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 
1, 2; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 




WHYTE, DONNA ELIZABETH 

"Whyty" 
Ambition: New York 
Pet Peeve: South Hingham 
Typical Saying : "Where's Sue ? " 
Pep Club 1; Graduation Usher 2; Driv- 
er Training 1. 



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WIGMANICH, WILLIAM 

"Wig" 
Ambition: Win the daily double 
Typical Saying: "Mon Dieu!" 
Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist 3; Executive 
Board 3; Highway Staff 3; Baseball 3. 




WING, ANNE 

"Anne" 
Ambition: To graduate 
Pet Peeve: Hydrants 
Typical Saying: "What a lot of Mickey 

Mouse!" 
Exec. Board 3; Chorus 1; Highway 
Staff 3; Future Nurses' Club 1; Field 
Hockey 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Badmin- 
ton 1, 2, 3; Softball 1; Varsity "H" 
Club 3; Jr. Prom Comm. 2; Driver 
Training 2. 




WILLIAMS, SUSAN JANE 

"Susie" 
Ambition: To be a football player 
Pet Peeve: Mr. Barry 
Typical Saying: "No, it's not a cold, 

just laryngitis." 
Student Council 1, 2, 3; Assembly 
Comm. 1, 2, Chairman 2; Harborlight 
Staff 3; Dramatic Club 1; French Club 
1; Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1; Bad- 
minton 1, 3; Varsity "H" Qub 3; 
Cheerleader 2, 3, Capt. 3; Pep Club 1, 
2, 3; Archbearer 1; Jr. Prom Comm. 
2; Jr. Prom Attendant 2; Driver Train- 
ing 2. 




WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN 
KENT 
"F.L." 

Ambition: Make a record 

Pet Peeve: W.M.C.A. 

Typical Saying: "You know it!" 

Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Science 

Fair 1; Lunchroom Service Club 3; 

Driver Training 1. 




WISE, WILLIAM MASON 

'Bill" 

Ambition: Be Hearts champion of the 

world 
Pet Peeve: French 

Typical Saying: "The Assembly chair- 
man for today is . . ." 
Boys' State 2; Exec. Board 1; Student 
Council 2, 3, Pres. 3; Harborlight Staff 
2, 3; Debating Club 3; Tennis Tourna- 
ment 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2; Driver Training 2. 




WUORI, PRISCILLA ANN 

"Tish" 
Student Secretary 3; Refreshment 
Comm. 1, 2. 



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WITHOUT PHOTOGRAPHS 



YULE, FRANK DOUGLAS 

"Frank" 
Ambition: Stop moving 
Pet Peeve : Bucket seats 
Typical Saying: "What's this?" 
Student Council 3; Dramatic Club 1; 
Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3; Tennis Tourna- 
ment 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Varsity "H" 
Club 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; 
VolleybaU 1, 2. 



SANDRA HARRINGTON 
CHES LEY FAIRHURST 
ROBERT HAMILTON 
ALAN KYLLER 
ROBERT MARTINO 
FRANCES READE 






SENIOR 



MOST ATHLETIC 

Gale Palmer 
Don Mclntyre 




SUPERS 



MOST MUSICAL 

Debbie Eaton 
Gary Corcoran 



DONE THE MOST 
FOR H.H.S. 

Fran Coleman 
Pam Barry 




MOST RESPECTED 

Brita Pongs 
Leroy Deabler 



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CLASS FLIRTS 

Jo Shrigley 
Wayne Ferguson 




DONE H.H.S. 
FOR THE MOST 

Don DeHart 
Marcia Bicknell 



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BEST ACTOR 
AND ACTRESS 

Ray Burke 
Mary Neil 



BEST LOOKING 

Kim Bullard 
Dave Houghton 



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1. M. Neil 2. D. Morrison 3. A. Achille 4. J. Sweeney 5. M. Riley 6. P. Glazebrook 7. R^ Morns 8 M^ Duff 9. M. Davis 10 B. 
Anderson 11. J. Manna 12. M. Carlson 13. R. Odell 14. G. Palmer 15. W. Doble 16. D- Eaton 17. B. Pongs 18. S Dunbar 19 J. 
Holm 20. D. Shea 21. J. Adams 22. R. Dannies 23. J. MaUon 24. D. Mclntyre 25. S. Leavitt 26. M. KiUam 27. B. Miller 28. J. Carlson 



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1. B. Hough 2. G. Polakow 3. L. Leen 4. C. Coleman 5. J. Bray 6. L. Lazzerini 7. C. Atkinson 8. D. Lowrance 9. M. Hawkes 10. G. 
Lincoln 11. D. Dupee 12. R. Stallard 13. D. Houghton 14. J. Walgreen 15. L. Lamson 16. G. Rizzotto 17. L. Gustafson 18. J. Achilla 
19. P. Barry 20. P. DiTullio 21. J. Gillis 22. C. Brown 23. E. Pike 24. C. Smith. 



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The business staff, under the direction of 
Miss Quill, spent a busy first half year ac- 
cumulating sponsors, patrons, and patron- 
esses, taking subscriptions and preparing 
advertisement layouts. While they handled 
such business matters, the literary staff was 
fully occupied putting the yearbook itself 
together with the help of Miss Suzedell, 
our advisor, and our photographer, Mr. 
Wayne. It is with great appreciation that 
all concerned thank Miss Quill, Miss Suze- 
dell, Mr. Wayne, the faculty and adminis- 
tration for their cooperation, and Mrs. 
John S. Barry for the use of her home for 
the literary staff's meetings. 




HIGHWAY BUSINESS STAFF 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Quill, Advisor; S. Leavitt, J. Achille, M. McGinn, J. 
Connell, M. Carlson, J. Manna, C. Smith, A. Wing. MISSING: A. Say ward. 



HIGHWAY 
STAFF 




HIGHWAY 
LITERARY STAFF 

LEFT TO RIGHT: W. 
Wigmanich, C. Atkin- 
son, Editor; B. Macom- 
ber, R. Dwan, Miss 
Suzedell, Advisor; P. 
Barry, Editor; J. 
Adams, M. Hawkes, L. 
Ferguson, M. Neil, Edi- 
tor; M. Killam, E. 
Thro, S. Jones. 



CAN YOU IMAGINE??? 

Dick Parsons with two dabs? 

Mark and Muriel separated by a ten foot pole? 

Mr, Buckley glued to the floor? 

Brita in a "pixie"? 

Jim Mallon with perfect attendance? 

Thelma without Phoebe? 

Mr. Stoddard dividing by zero? 

Ray Burke with athlete's foot? 

Paul DiTullio without his comb and mirror? 

Miss Brega without her Lavender Refresher? 

Bill Wise not feeding the jays at the feeding station? 

Bruce Steen without "Scout" ? 

Mr. Wallace not checking out the boiler room between classes? 

Glaze married to Stuey Klotzle? 

Doug Lowney without a cast? 

The field hockey team without Gale Palmer? 

Brad Anderson with size five feet? 

Ginny and Bob not fighting? 

Warren and Sue having a fight? 

DeHart waltzing? 

Wayne Ferguson without a car? 

Leroy having another "day" ? 

Senior boys getting lost in the Town Forest after . . . ? 

Mr. Barker without his rubber ball? 



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. and Mrs. Anthony Achille 
. and Mrs. Fred Achille 
. and Mrs. Frank G. Achille 
. and Mrs. Clarence O. Atkinson 
. Harold C. Anderson 
. and Mrs. Edward C. Ayer 
. and Mrs. Donald Ayers 
. and Mrs. John S. Barry 
. and Mrs. Harold E. Bray 
ptain and Mrs. Ross P. Bullard 
. and Mrs. Edward T. Byrne 
s. Katherine Callahan 
. and Mrs. George A. Carlson 
. and Mrs. Thomas A. Christopher 
. and Mrs. Fredric B. Cole 
. and Mrs. John H. Connell 
. and Mrs. Gerald J. Corcoran 
. and Mrs. Robert W. Davis 
and Mrs. H. L Deabler 
. and Mrs. Donald M. DeHart 
. and Mrs. Frank D. Doble 
. and Mrs. Donald E. Dupee 
. and Mrs. Richard A. Dwan 
. and Mrs. Charles C. Eaton 
. and Mrs. S. Edward Eaton 
. and Mrs. Fred Ellis 
. and Mrs. James J. Feeley 
. and Mrs. Walter I. Ferguson 
. and Mrs. Ian G. Foley 
. and Mrs. Hugo B. Folium 
. and Mrs. George Glazebrook, Jr. 
. and Mrs. Edgar B. Gustafson 
. and Mrs. Lydney D. Harris 
. and Mrs. Thomas A. Healey 
. and Mrs. Roger L. Hersey 
. and Mrs. Richard W. Holm 
. and Mrs. Karl C. Hough 
. and Mrs. Charles W. Houghton 
. and Mrs. George N. Humphrey 



Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jamison 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Jewett 

Dr. and Mrs. Warren A. Johnson 

Mrs. E. MacDonald Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Kilham, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Lacatell 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Lamson 

Mr and Mrs. Joseph Lazzerini 

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Leavitt 

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. MacAllen 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Mclntyre 

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Sterling H. Morrison, 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Neil 

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Oulton, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. O'Quin 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Palmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Parsons 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Pfizenmaier 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Pike 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Richardson 

Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Rizzotto 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rizzotto, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Routhier 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Sabbag 

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Shaughnessy 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Shea 

Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Smith, Jr. 

Mr, and Mrs. Charles H. Smith 

Dr. and Mrs. Elbert S. Stallard 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Vigneau 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Watson 
Mrs. Ruth M. Waynen 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester G. Whitman 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Stanley Whyte 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Wigmanich 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wing, Jr. 



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Achille, Anthony 392 Main Street 

Achille, Frank 233 Lincoln Street 

Achille, Jena 392 Main Street 

Adams, Judith 791 Main Street 

Allen, Robert 313 East Street 

Amonte, Frank 10 Powers Lane 

Anderson, Bradley 40 Harbor View Drive 

Andrews, Carolyn 309 North Street 

Arnold, David 25 Arnold Road 

Atkinson, Charles 31 Hobart Street 

Ayer, Dianna 45 Volusia Road 

Weymouth; Mass. 

Ayers, Donald 33 Cliff Road 

Barbuto, Elizabeth 110 Hull Street 

Barrington, Sandra 24 Paige Street 

Barry, Pamela 27 Lafayette Avenue 

Bicknell, Marcia 162 Central Strfeet 

Blutej Mary 155 Gardner Street 

Bray, Jane 210 South Street 

Breen, Maureen 102 Hersey Street 

Brown, Carole U. S. N. A. D. 

Brown, Cheryl 15 Bonnie Brier Circle 

Brown, William 15 Bonnie Brier Circle 

Bruce, Robert 115 Summer Street 

BuUard, Alice 12 Linscott Road 

Burke, Raymond 18 Planter's Lane 

Burr, David 67 Leavitt Street 

Byrne, Edward 30 Smith Road 

Callahan, Bernadette 200 Union Street 

Calvi, Diane 102 Kilby Street 

Carlson, Judith 206 Wompatuck Road 

Carlson, Meredith ^ 13 Bayberry Road 

Christopher, Mark 4 Bradley Park Drive 

Cole, Cheryl 29 Bradley Hill Road 

Coleman, Carolyn 79 Central Street 

Coleman, Francis 6 Friend Street 

Collins, Joseph 16 Miles Road 

Connell, Joyce 20 Governor Long Road 

Corcoran, Gerard 118 Downer Avenue 

Corthell, Lawrence 42 Prospect Street 

Crocker, Charles 13 Sherwood Road 

Cuccurullo, John 6 Fort Hill Street 

Dannies, Robert 32 Middle Street 

Davis, Marilyn 25 Tower Road 

Deabler, LeRoy 186 Downer Avenue 

Dearth, Esther 187 Derby Street 

DeHart, Donald 3 Howland Lane 

DePesa, Adrienne 200 Leavitt Street 

DiTullio, Paul 7 French Street 

Doble, Wendela 44 Leavitt Street 

Driscoll, Denise 194 Wompatuck Road 

Duff, Mary 84 Elm Street 

Dunbar, Susan 160 Hersey Street 

Dupee, Donna 12 Rockwood Road 



Durling, Frederick 40 Spring Street 

Dwan, Richard 5 Jones Street 

Dwyer, Philip 85 Gardner Street 

Eaton, Deborah 100 Otis Street 

Eaton, Douglas 562 Main Street 

Ellis, Judith 72 Bonnie Brier Circle 

Fairhurst, Chesley 123 Ward Street 

Falconer, Robert 16 Friend Street 

Feeley, James 29 Kimball Beach Road 

Ferguson, Wayne 29 Whitcomb Avenue 

Fernald, Paul 16 Eldridge Court 

Flounders, Mark 23 Bel Air Road 

Foley, Mary 200 North Street 

Folium, Martha 13 Constitution Road 

Gabbett, Sheila 247 North Street 

Giberson, Susan 9 Daley Road 

Gillis, Joanne 71 Wompatuck Road 

Glazebrook, Pamela 3 Seal Cove Road 

Gustafson, Linda 5 Butler Road 

Hamilton, Robert 193 East Street 

Harris, Dorothy 29 Volusia Road 

Weymouth, Mass. 

Harsh, Jacquelyn 15 Farm Hill Lane 

Hawkes, Muriel 10 Jones Street 

Healey, Marsha 29 Broad Cove Road 

Hellier, Susan 22 Gushing Avenue 

Herman, Louise 124 Leavitt Street 

Hersey, Janet 183 Hersey Street 

Holm, Julie 22 Free Street 

Hough, Barbara 33 Arnold Road 

Houghton, David 17 Mill Lane 

Howlett, Stephen 18 Hoover Road 

Hewlett, Philip 18 Hoover Road 

Howley, David 32 Bulow Road 

Humphrey, Linda 42 High Street 

Hunt, George 2 Alice Walk 

Hunt, Frederick 54 School Street 

Ingrassia, John 231 Beal Street 

Jamieson, John 22 Wompatuck Road 

Jewett, Virginia 326 Rockland Street 

Johnson, Peter 143 Gardner Street 

Jones, Susan 147 Central Street 

Jope, Leslie 44 Smith Road 

Kerrigan, George .. 41 Smith Road 

Kilbaurne, James 19 Garrison Road 

Killam, Marcia 36 Planter's Field Lane 

Knapp, Warren 883 Main Street 

Kress, Robert 102 Scotland Street 

Kyller, Allen 7 Hemlock Road 

Lacatell, Richard 11 Common Street 

Lamson, Barbara 946 Main Street 

Lazzerini, Linda 229 Lincoln Street 

Leavitt, Suzanne 85 Free Street 



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Leen, Linda 18 Summit Drive 

Lincoln, Gail Liberty Road 

Lincoln, Stephen 222 South Street 

Loud, Barbara 16 Sherwood Road 

Lowney, Douglas 71 Wompatuck Road 

Lowrance, David 173 Main Street 

Luce, Richard 209 Charles Street 

Ludwig, Linda 191 North Street 

MacAllen, James 8 Independance Lane 

MacConnell, Norman 9 Union Street 

MacKinnon, Judith 11 Planter's Field Lane 

MacKinnon, William 11 Planter's Field Lane 

MacMaster, Angus 24 Sycamore Lane 

MacMurray, James 45 Foley Beach Road 

Mallon, James 41 Harbor View Drive 

Manna, June 12 Chestnut Street 

Marr, Micheal 5 Mann Street 

Martino, Robert Turkey Hill Lane 

McCracken, Joseph 168 Fort Hill Street 

McDougall, Flora 11 Beach Lane 

McGinn, Marjorie .- 11 Green Street Court 

Mclntyre, Donald 150 Otis Street 

McKay, Donald 61 East Street 

McLaughlin, Joan 180 Hersey Street 

McPherson, Judy 22 Jones Street 

Means, Dorothy 39 Water Street 

Merritt, David 112 Wompatuck Road 

Miller, Barbara 10 Accord Pond Drive 

Minsky, Francine U. S. N. A. D. 

Morris, Peter 54 Whitcomb Avenue 

Morris, Roger 105 Ward Street 

Morrison, Dale 16 Alden Road 

Neil, Mary 2 Riverview Road 

Nelson, Ann 17 Pond Street 

Odell, Robert 13 Independance Lane 

Ogden, Myron .... 44 Bradley Park Drive 

Oulton, Linda 120 Thaxton Street 

Pagliccia, Mary 84 Cross Street 

Palmer, Gale Palmers Lane 

Parsons, Richard 369 Jerusalem Road 

Cohasset, Mass. 

Patten, Bruce 54 Gardner Street 

Pericola, Peter 44 Cross Street 

Perkinson, Richard 197 Main Street 

Pfizenmaier, Jan 403 Main Street 

Pierce, John 13 Martin's Cove Road 

Pike, Ellen 1040 Main Street 

Platner, Nancy 12 Tower Road 

Polakow, Gregory 93 Whiting Street 

Pongs, Brita Niederbieber/Neuwied, 

Rheinlandpfalz, Germany 
Price, Mary Ann 34 Kimball Beach Road 

Read, Frances 179 Derby Street 

Reade, Irwin 13 Thompson Avenue 



Reardon, Marcia 110 Summer Street 

Rehkemper, Carole 17 Rhodes Place 

Reynolds, Carol 73 Hersey Street 

Reynolds, Jayne 54 Elm Street 

Richardson, Thomas 40 Smith Road. 

Riley, Mary Ann 1165 Main Street 

Rizzotto, Edward 235 Central Street 

Rizzotto, Grace 114 East Street 

Roberts, John 29 Howe Street 

Romano, Corradina 53 Foley Beach Road 

Routhier, David 87 Downer Avenue 

Rushforth, Janice 113 Fort Hill Street 

Russell, William 18 Park View Drive 

Saccone, James 36 Liberty Pole Road 

Say ward, Allen 11 White Horse Road 

Schramm, Henry _.... 100 Gardner Street 

Shaughnessy, James ... 26 Lafayette Avenue 

Shea, Daniel 263 Main Street 

Shrigley, Joanne 9 Barnes Road 

Singleton, Margaret 66 Cantebury Street 

Smith, Carol 6 Meadow View Road 

Smith, Carolyn 930 Main Street 

Smith, Jeffrey 36 Parkview Drive 

Snyder, Drenda 202 Whiting Street 

Somes, Dianna 249 Central Street 

Spinner, Estalee 25 Justice Gushing Way 

Spring, Kenneth Playground Road 

Stallard, Robbin 185 Prospect Street 

Steen, Bruce . 7 Short Street 

Stein, Jeffrey 172 Hersey Street 

Sweeney, James 24 Simmons Road 

Sweeney, John 39 Free Street 

Terenzoni, Donna 25 Governor Andrew Road 

Tervo, Susan 212 Hull Street 

Thompson, Bill 432 Main Street 

Townsend, Linda 19 Foley Beach Road 

Trainor, Roberta 192 North Street 

Tuite, Julie 11 Oregon Court 

Verrill, Sandra 91 Wompatuck Road 

Vigneau, Jacqueline 37 Gushing Avenue 

Walgreen, Jane 5 Puritan Road 

Watson, Anne 26 Bradley Hill Road 

Waynen, Marcia 223 High Street 

Whitman, Peter South Lane 

Whitman, Robert 45 Fearing Road 

Whyte, Donna 35 Bradley Hill Road 

Wigmanich, William 23 Kimball Beach Road 

Williams, Susan 14 Thayer Street 

Williamson, Stephen 19 Real Street 

Wing, Anne 12 Weston Road 

Wise, William 160 Central Street 

Wuori, Priscilla 65 Ward Street 

Yule, Frank 200 Rockland Street 



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Rl 9-1277 
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124 



Compliments of the 



MASSA DIVISION 
COHU ELECTRONIC, INC. 



Sonar Transducers * Microphones * Accelerometers 
Hydrophones * Amplifiers * Utrasonic Cleaners * Recorders 



WHITNEY GORDON 
JEWELERS 

33 Main Street 

Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-0690 

Sterling Silver 

Reed & Barton 

Wallace 

Lunt 

Stieff 




^/ HOWARD^S 
y TYDOL SERVICE 

^Road Service and Tune-Ups 
Queen Anne's Corner 
Rl 9-9800 



Compliments of 

JOHN KNOX 
SHOE COMPANY 



HEIDI STUDIO 

The Bornheims 

Handcrafted Jewelry 
Imported and Domestic Gifts 

57 South Street 
Hingham, Massachusetts 

Rl 9-2656 



125 



YOUR TROUBLES 
VANISH 




THE POCAHONTAS 
SERVICE STATION 

170 Rockland Street, Hingham, Mass. 
Rl 9-9853 



Motor Tune-Up 
Brake Service 
Battery Service 



Wheel Balancing 
Mufflers 
Ignition — 
Lubrication 



GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING 

Complete Line of 
Cities Service Products 



Compliments of 

GOULD'S 
GIFT SHOP 

46-48 South Street 
Rl 9-1830 



Best Wishes 

HINGHAM JEWELERS 

54 South Street 
A. A. MANJOS 

Hingham, Massachusetts 



LOUISE DUFFEY 
TRAVEL AGENT, INC. 

26 North Street Hingham, Mass. 
RIverview 9-0500 

49 Centre Street Quincy, Mass. 

GRanite 2-3232 



HINGHAM BOOK HOUSE 

Books, Prints, Maps 

349 Lincoln St. Route 3A 

Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-1651 MASON A. FOLEY 



Compliments of 




Hingham, Massachusetts 

and 

DUXBURY, MASSACHUSEHS 



126 



H. F. LOUD & SON, 
INC. 

Imported and Domestic 
— Wines and Spirits — 

9 Central Street 
Hingham, Mass. 

TEL Rl 9-0739 



Compliments of 

GELO'S 
ATLANTIC SERVICE 



R. V. AMONTE 
General Contracting 

Excavating Bulldozing 

Plowing Backhoeing 

Cesspool Work 

Sewage Hookup 

156 Kilby Street. 
Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-1397 



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HINGHAM MARKET 

Free Delivery Rl 9-2595 

"Your Store of 

Quality Meats 

and Friendly Service" 



Compliments of 

C. H. GUSHING & SON 

Tel. RIverview 9-0894 

274 Main Street Hingham, Mass. 

MOBIL GAS 




127 



Compliments of 

SUPERIOR OLDSMOBILE 

74 North St. Hingham 
TEL Rl 9-4418 



J. A. ROWE 
Department Store 

94-96 South Street 
HINGHAM 

J. A. ROWE 
5c_IOc— $1.00 Store 

100 Pleasant Street 
SOUTH WEYMOUTH 



NICK^S RESTAURANT 

Real Italian Pizza 
From 5 P.M. to I A.M. 

Open 7 Days a Week 
7 A.M. to I A.M. 

TAKE-OUT SERVICE 

Rl 9-3214 

Junction Rtes. 3 and 128 



HINGHAM 
BUSINESS MACHINES CO, 

84 North Street 

Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-1800 

SALES REPAIRS RENTALS 



SORRENTO'S 

Delicious Pizza 

and 

Submarine Sandwiches 

N. FORNARO. Prop. 



IFIT*S COOP FOOD 
YOU WANT- ^ 



THE 
SNACK SHOP 




319 Main Street 
Hingham, Mass. 



Compliments of 

GOODE FORD SALES 




HINGHAM 
SEWING CENTER 



128 





105 


So 


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Street 




Hir 


gh< 


am, 


Mass. 






Rl 


9-4144 


Fabrics 








Notions 


Draperies 








Slip-Covers 



Compliments of 




MERCEDES-BENZ 

SALON 

TRANS-ATLANTIC FOREIGN CARS COMPANY 

14 North Street 

HIngham, Massachusetts 

Rl 9-2002 




NICHOLS 
DONUT SHOPPE 

23 Main Street 

HAND CUT DONUTS 

We Cater to 
Organizations 



Compliments of 




QUINN'S GULF 
SERVICE STATION 



Compliments of the 

HINGHAM LUNCHEONETTE 

152 North Street 
Hingham, Mass. 



HENRY JONES 
TELEVISION 

Electrical Appliances 

Radio, Television 

Sales and Service 

22 North St., Hingham, Mass. 
Rl 9-3048 





HANLON 


Feminine 


Intermates and Outermates 


HINGHAM 
88 South Street 


QUINCY COHASSET 
1363 Hancock St. Gushing Plaza, Route 3A 



129 



Mobile Products 

CROW POINT 
SERVICE 



Gas — Oil — Tires 
Lubricafion — Minor Repairs 

RT. 3-A 
Hingham, Massachusetts 

RIverview 9-9733 




"Wally" YOUNG 
Manager 



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CURRIER & CHAMBERLAIN. 
INC. 

Real Estate 

Brokers — Consultants — Appraisers 

321 MAIN STREET 
Hinghann, Massachusetts 

EVERETT CHAMBERLAIN 
DONALD S. CURRIER 



Compliments of 

THE 
TREASURE SHOPPE 

27-29 Station Street 
Hingham, Massachusetts 

RIverview 9-3671 



Compliments of 

ACHILLE GREENHOUSE 

392 Main Street 

Hingham, Massachusetts 

Rl 9-0678 Rl 9-0854 



Compliments of 

WALSH & PACKARD, 
INC. 




Electrical Goods 




Repairs 


Devoe 


Paints 




Hardware 


Garder 


1 Supplies 




Housewares 




31 MAIN 


STREET 




Hingham, 


Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

ACCORD 
SHELL SERVICE STATION 



130 



Compliments of 

NICK THE TAILOR 

Cleaning, Tailoring 


Compliments of 

BANKS AND WHITE 


1 Free Estimates Given 

MANNA 

TREE AND UNDSCAPE 

SERVICE 




Compliments of 

FRANK S. BARBUTO, INC. 

Hingham, Massachusetts 

! 


Compliments of 

THE GARDEN GATE 

Flower and Garden Shop 
Corsages Gifts 

ROUTE 3A HINGHAM 


THE GLASS HOUSE 

Bridal Registry 

FINE CHINA BY Lenox— Franciscan— 
Spode — Royal 
Doulton — Syracuse — 
Franconia 

CRYSTAL BY Fostorla— Tiffin 

'^°"*® 3 Hingham 
Rl 9-2290 ^ 

131 



Compliments of 

MARCHETTI'S, INC. 

Qualiiy Market 

RI 9-0641 738 MAIN ST. 



ANTHONY 

Hair Stylist 

88 North Street 
Hingham, Mass. 

RI 9-9090 
Shaping — Coloring — Styling 



Compliments of 

THE 

HINGHAM 

POLICE ASSOCIATION 



Children Teens Jr. Miss 

TEENA FASHIONS 

310 Lincoln Street 

Rte. 3-A 

Hingham, Mass. 




THE DOORWAY TO PROTECTION 

Quincy Square GRanite 2-3000 



132 



Compliments From 

H INGHAM CAMERA SHOP 



61 South St. 
Rl 9-0588 



Compliments From 

HARRIETT'S 

66 SOUTH STREET 

Gifts of Distinction 
Cards — Jewelry — Lamps 

Rl 9-3531 




t- WHEN IN THE I 

i MOOD FOR I 

FINE FOOD 



Compliments of 

CAIN'S 

North Weymouth, 
Massachusetts 



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FIKT 

THOUGHT 



OUR BEST WISHES 

MRS. KAVANAGH'S 
ENGLISH MUFFINS, INC, 

The Genuine English Muffin 
There is a difference! 



Compliments From 

DRAPER'S 

ROUTE 3A. COHASSET 

Misses and Women's 
Clothing Apparel 



Compliments From 

BOB'S TEXACO SERVICE 

ALA — 24-Hour Service — AAA 

Routes 3 and 128 
Hingham, Massachusetts 

Rl 9-9828 



133 



Compliments of 




LEAVIII BROTHERS 


Compliments of 


General Trucking 


HOLMES AND COMPANY, 


Furniture Moving 
Rubbish Removal 


INC. 


Fireplace Wood 


Builders 


85 Free Street 


Rlverview 9-2331 


South Hingham 


90 Free Street Hingham, Mass. 


Rl 9-0418 Rl 9-3915 




w^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Hm 'Rememher^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M 


PAUL A. TAURASI, JR. 


Loan, Sand and Gravel 


"From Our Own Pit" 

I:' 


72 A Cross Street 


HINGHAM. MASSACHUSETTS 


Rl 9-2068 

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Compliments of 

SOUTH SHORE 
CLEANERS 


Compliments of 

THE 

SCITUATE WINDOW CLEANING 

COMPANY 




TEL LI 5-0617 


134 





WASHINGTON PARK 
PHARMACY 

ROUTE #3 Norwell, Mass. 

John F. Carnes Jr. — Manager 

Edward Corey 

OL 9-4271 or Rl 9-3200 

FREE DELIVERIES 



ST. MARTIN'S 
BARBER SHOP 

"Where Cohasset, Hingham, 
and Hull Meet" 

Two Barbers 
WEST CORNER NORTH COHASSET 




TO GREATER VALUES 



Compliments of 

WISHING WELL 
YARN & GIFT SHOP, INC. 



Route #3, Accord 
TRingle 8-0513 



Complimen+s of 

ROBERT K. MALCOLM 

Life Insurance 

Rl 9-2629 HU 2-9231 



Compliments of 

ELIZABETH SHOP 

613 Main Street 
Hingham, Mass. 



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YOUR SEARCH ENDS 




MARDEN REALTY, INC. 

230 Gardner Street 

Hingham 
Rr9-4300 TR 8-4300 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1962 

TIMOTHY J. OSBORN 
Insurance Agency 

282 Main Street 
RIverview 9-9039 



Compliments of 

FITZGERALD'S 
FABRIC SHOP 

East Weynnouth 
ED 5-4835 



PLUNBINGJ 




Compliments of 

T. E. McGinn 

PLUMBING AND HEATING 

Reg. #5788 



136 



Compliments of 

FRANK P. RILEY 

General Contractor 

Asphalt-Sealer 
Septic Tanks 
Drains 

Hingham, Mass. 



Asphalt-Drives 
Cesspools 
Drywells 

119 Beal Street 



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Compliments of 



COMEAU'S 
SERVICE STATION 

Bat+eries — Tires — ^Tubes 

3 Summer Street 
Hingham, Massachusetts 

Rl 9-0911 






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